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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-22-2012, 07:50 AM Thread Starter
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slipper clutch upgrade for a brutale 910R

i am planning to upgrade my brutale with a
slipper clutch from a F4 1078 model.

here is now my question: do i also have to
replace the clutch basket or can i keep the
old one? did anyone install an aftermarket
slipper clutch and did have to replace the
clutch basket?


the question arises, as the clutch basket
has different OEM parts numbers, but
i suspect it is only because the oil pump
drive is different.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-26-2012, 06:59 AM Thread Starter
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bad news:

the swap does not work using the original basket. there is not enough clearance at the bottom of the clutch basket


does anybody know, if i can just swap the oil drive and starter motor gear on the clutch basket? any help or tips would be highly appreciated.
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Hanspeter;
mine came with an alloy spacer, i'm assuming it goes under the hub on top of the standard steel spacer

PM me for the dimensions.....if i have the material, i'll make you one

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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-30-2012, 12:04 PM Thread Starter
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that additional spacer makes a lot of sense. i was thinking
just adding two of these steel spacers, but then the basket
is to small and the last friction plate no longer fits. (if i measured
correctly, the 1078 basket is about 5 mm longer, and requires
an additional friction plate).

so after all this problems, i concluded that the "advantage
having a slipper clutch" is out of balance with the "danger
of doing some fundamental damage due to my limited mechanical
skills/experience". so the project is postponed for the moment.
thanks again for the advice.


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Hanspeter;
mine came with an alloy spacer, i'm assuming it goes under the hub on top of the standard steel spacer

PM me for the dimensions.....if i have the material, i'll make you one
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Why not just get an STM slipper clutch ? It should go straight in ?

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Why not just get an STM slipper clutch ? It should go straight in ?
money --- as i did have all the spare parts of the 1078,
i hoped to get a free slipper clutch
i prefer to invest available funds into the F4 for track
upgrades
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I know that feeling mate.

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