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Finaly got round to fitting the STM Slipper see the pics and i will answer your questions (if i can ):beer :beer
 

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next:beer after instalation thier is a very slight bit of chatter fom the cluch as you pull in the lever which goes away if you keep the lever in all iss queit whilst the motor is running PDQ the supplying dealer tells us this is normal VAHKAN wot do you think ???:beer :beer
 

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next:beer after instalation thier is a very slight bit of chatter fom the cluch as you pull in the lever which goes away if you keep the lever in all iss queit whilst the motor is running PDQ the supplying dealer tells us this is normal VAHKAN wot do you think ???:beer :beer

Salut chuckh :thumbup Very nice indeed. the chatter is normal. i need to know if u changed the friction plates or clutch plates? (i mean brand new ones from yamaha since STM don't supply any for it)
 

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chuckh said:
Finaly got round to fitting the STM Slipper see the pics and i will answer your questions (if i can ):beer :beer
That ought to be good for an extra second a lap :yesnod

And a healthy weight reduction in the wallet :lol

Excellent setup Chuck :thumbup

Whats that bikes RWHP numbers compared to your big bike?
 

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BLUR thanks mate thats what i wanted to hear !!!

VAHAKN cheers mate !!! we used the original plates they were well within the specified tollerances !! probably because the bike has only done 1100 miles from new ( i ran it in at the Nurbergring)

RON horsepower on this bike is not anywhere near the other bike engine / power mods are restricted to a pc3r full akrapovic carefull dialing in of the cams and air filter id say around 145 at the wheell

PJM together with the other mods on this bike it should put in good times it also has a quick shifter to aid lap times together with PFM superbike brakes full maxton suspension ect ect
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BLUR thanks mate thats what i wanted to hear !!!

VAHAKN cheers mate !!! we used the original plates they were well within the specified tollerances !! probably because the bike has only done 1100 miles from new ( i ran it in at the Nurbergring)

RON horsepower on this bike is not anywhere near the other bike engine / power mods are restricted to a pc3r full akrapovic carefull dialing in of the cams and air filter id say around 145 at the wheell

PJM together with the other mods on this bike it should put in good times it also has a quick shifter to aid lap times together with PFM superbike brakes full maxton suspension ect ect
:beer :beer :beer THANKS ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!:beer :beer :beer
No worries mate. just a word of advice, make sure u blip the throttle at the correct rev range when down shifting, since u will get used to the carefree downshifting method very soon and might damage the gears without realising. oh man prepare ur self for the best trackdays to come hahaha.........:rock
 

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nice install pics ChuckH, thanks for the info , been looking at the STM's for a bit now.
 

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hey chuckh, please tell me that's not what i think it is. what angle does the stand hold the bike in? is it me or it's the angle of the bike that shows there is too much oil in the sump?
it almost looks like there is no glass at all.
 

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No worries mate. just a word of advice, make sure u blip the throttle at the correct rev range when down shifting, since u will get used to the carefree downshifting method very soon and might damage the gears without realising. oh man prepare ur self for the best trackdays to come hahaha.........:rock
not true about downshifting:fact you DONT need to blip at all. what do you think the slipper clutch does? the only thing to suffer is clutch plate wear. mine has done 4 track days and one dragracing day and plenty of hard downshifting on the street and my plates were 20,000 kms old when i installed them, some 4000 kms ago and are still faultless. if anything it feels softer on the gear changes.:thumbup
 

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not true about downshifting:fact you DONT need to blip at all. what do you think the slipper clutch does? the only thing to suffer is clutch plate wear. mine has done 4 track days and one dragracing day and plenty of hard downshifting on the street and my plates were 20,000 kms old when i installed them, some 4000 kms ago and are still faultless. if anything it feels softer on the gear changes.:thumbup

well then, double the fun :yesnod i always blip, just in case, since the slipperclutch is supposed to help u control the rear tire from locking up, it does have some effect on the gear mesh but does not specifically target that task.
 
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