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.
i beat the importers and EVR up......HEY, do you have a slipper for an F4S????
Edo Vigna designed the original Bucci and then the Ducati ones, then STM and now EVR
i don't want to dick around with spider springs.......et al
i'm VERY happy with the vacuum operated PPC on my Aprilia....you can go down 3 gears at once no problem.....the more vacuum the more it lifts.......no balls or ramps, just a vacuum diaphragm bolted to the clutch push rod
You better not talk like that on the trip Dude. I run a squeaky clean Op.
Smart? That's embarrassing. If I were smart it would be my house and island instead of Sir Richard Branson's. Even a dumbo like me had to have some stuff stick in what's left of my mind over the years, though it's getting harder and harder to recall it. The old "open the fridge door and then stand there trying to remember what I was going to get" syndrome.
I just picked up a Yoyodyne but will have to wait until
next summer to see how it works out.
The Yoyodyne is a ball and ramp type that uses the stock
clutch pack and the standard spring arrangement.
It sounds simple and straight forward. $850.00
Last summer I made the mistake of down shifting again
after I got a false neutral which instead of putting me in
the gear I was looking for put me down two gears breaking
traction of the rear tire to the pavement. Of course a little
feathering of the clutch lever put everything right again
but I should not have made such a novice mistake in the
first place. A slipper clutch would have made this a non issue.
I have Surflex slippers on the 1098s which work OK but
they don't make them for wet applications like for an F4.
The 2007 Gixer 600 has the stock unit that was modified
to work as it should and is flawless.
Too bad I have to wait so long but that is how it is up in the
Great White North. At least I have something to do
and think about this winter with the F4.
my F4 this winter.
Cool man, I would love to see what it looks like and how it goes in the bike, can you add some pics of it like you have it before you stick it in. Please.
Where did you get it from if you don't mind me asking.