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So my F3 hasnt had the updated clutch rubbers installed from when there was the fueling issues shortly after its release in 2012. Dealership at the time just neglected to tell me of the recall on the clutch and when I did find out about it last year, there was a long delay in parts so never actioned it.

I haven't really notice any need for it except I have ordered the updated clutch basket as preventative maintenance and the dealership say that I can get the new revised TV clutch rubbers as they received excess stock from MV (the black and green ones). They can fit them under warranty as I did not get the revised rubbers earlier.

Its nearly 120 euro for a set of clutch rubbers from Evolutionbike so I am tempted to go with the TV ones as I do not want to install the old rubbers back into the new clutch basket.

Anyone know what to expect fitting the green and black clutch rubbers from the TV hub on the F3? I would imagine that they would be softer? Bad idea?
 

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PTsalas;
Go on to FB and the MV Owners and Riders Group......
There's an explanation from MV's Chief Engineer
EURO 4 MV's have gone back to a 1st Gen style cush drive......they don't fail :wink2:
 

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PTsalas;
Go on to FB and the MV Owners and Riders Group......
There's an explanation from MV's Chief Engineer
EURO 4 MV's have gone back to a 1st Gen style cush drive......they don't fail :wink2:
The only cush drive vid I could find was relating to the revised rear sprocket carrier having round rubbers on the euro 4 bikes now. Wonder If it mounts up on the older bikes?

Didnt find anything related to the rubbers on the clutch basket though..
 
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