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Show off your aftermarket clutch slaves

My clutch slave has started leaking so I guess it's time to replace. Yeah, I read in the Maintenance threads about removing the anodizing and replacing the seal but I don't really have a place to do work.

Anyway, I'm thinking of getting a black Oberon but am open to other ideas. Anybody had an aftermarket slave fail? Don't want to find myself back in the same situation.

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That certainly is a lot bling per square inch Brian...
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The Moto Corse ones do look really nice! I don't think I'm willing to spend the extra cash on it, though, unless it works better than the Oberon. The Moto Corse ones I have seen were a fair bit more. Still thinking about it.
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Brian,

It looks like you added something to the inside of the Moto Corse chain guard to fill the holes. Was it to avoid chain spatter or more for aesthetics?

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