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Hi guys anyone fitted a slipper clutch to a 1000s if so what's the best one to fit

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Hi guys anyone fitted a slipper clutch to a 1000s if so what's the best one to fit

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Will the 312RR std one not fit ?

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It might mate but don't want the sub standard Mv version of a slipper mates did nothing but give him hassle and never worked so steering clear of them

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Heck no it wont.

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I have been using the STM for two years now with no problems.
Thanks guys STM it will be then does the STM use the standard plates

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Yes mate, hub and plates are re-used.

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Don't know if they make one for the MV but take a look at EVR slippers. Edo Vigna is the original desinger of the slipper clutch and the one he makes now is a really simple, don't have to dick with it works every time clutch. Got one in my Duc and I'm quite pleased with it. Dumped the clutch in 1st going 60 mph and it never even blinked. Felt just like pulling in the clutch. Very smooth transitions.

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