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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 05-13-2019, 02:28 PM Thread Starter
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TSS Slipper Cluch for early F4 1000 $400+SH

I bought this from another forum member planning on fitting it to my F4 to make it more track friendly but I ended up buying another bike and will not be tracking the F4. Kept it for a bit without installing thinking maybe I would install it anyway but have since changed my mind.

So used (as-is of course) but never installed. Only includes from what is pictured (aka you use your own plates)







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Hmmmmm......

I used to be fast....now I just dream about it.
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Hmmmmm......
LOL! That's exactly what I said. hahahaha

Does this thing take OEM Plates?

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Takes standard plates, I just installed one on my 910. It should fit 750s, 910s, and 1000s. My spr motor had a 6 bolt clutch, but I never tried this basket in there so that one might differ slightly

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Hmmmmm......
Buy it, install it, then sign up for the Aprilia day at Barber and show the Terminus guys what fast is.
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Very Very Tempting....

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And lots of other fast stuff.
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Was this ever installed prior to your purchase?

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And lots of other fast stuff.
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According to who I bought it from, another forum member, no. And there isn't any sign of wear on the basket teeth so I'd be inclined to believe him.


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I don’t suppose this will fit an F4 1078 RR312. I have two set of plates. But unfortunately will also need a the larger bell and starter gear ( as well as oil and drive gear) set up that this slides into as my starter gear sheared off every tooth. See attached
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The 1078 F4 has a slipper clutch if I am not Mistaken
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