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Old 01-14-2006, 02:29 PM   #61
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So I have to say.. This is the coolest thing I have ever ran.. I got the bearings needed locally to put it together as it was meant to be, and it works awesome.. I did a couple 3rd to 1st gear downs without even a hint of it moving.. I love this thing..

Thanks again to those who helped out.. I really appriciate it all..

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Old 10-16-2012, 12:19 PM   #62
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the Slipperclutch was designed with the original clutch pack of the R1. the total thickness of the pack (fibres, and metal plates) should be at 43mm. We usually recommend the customer to purchase a fresh pack. we have always prefered graves clutches since it eliminates the 2 metal rings on the original one. We always make sure the last fibre plate is installed exactly like the rest of the pack, and not resting on a separate groove on top of the clutch basket. the actuation of the STM slipperclutch is a bit stiffer on the clutch lever. eliminating the 2 metal rings of the original greatly improves the feel of the clutch. yes i agree with u regarding the instructions, but that's what we are here for
I am looking for a recommendation for the #kg for the secondary spring for an 05 R1 racebike.
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Old 11-08-2012, 03:39 AM   #63
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the Slipperclutch was designed with the original clutch pack of the R1. the total thickness of the pack (fibres, and metal plates) should be at 43mm. We usually recommend the customer to purchase a fresh pack. we have always prefered graves clutches since it eliminates the 2 metal rings on the original one. We always make sure the last fibre plate is installed exactly like the rest of the pack, and not resting on a separate groove on top of the clutch basket. the actuation of the STM slipperclutch is a bit stiffer on the clutch lever. eliminating the 2 metal rings of the original greatly improves the feel of the clutch. yes i agree with u regarding the instructions, but that's what we are here for
Hi Vahakn:

I'm interested in the STM slipper clutch for my bike 2010 R1 (US Specs).

1-So for best result wich clutch plates should i use the OEM or Barnett Clutch?
2-Do Graves have clutch plates for my bike?
3-Do you have step by step video?

Any idea most welcome buddy.

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