EVR Ducati CTS Slipper Clutch Complete with 48T Organic Plates and Basket
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•M20 and M25 mounting kits, which cover all dry clutch Ducati models besides the D16RR.
•Pre-installed pressure plate throwout bearing to help make instillation easier.
•EVR anodized aluminum spring caps in your choice of black, gold, red or silver.
•Full set of 48T organic clutch plates.
•48T clutch basket.
•Pre-assembled Slipper clutch hub.
•Pressure plate with bearing cap in your choice of color.
•Easy to follow installation instructions.
EVR slipper clutches use a patented technology that greatly improves operation and clutch life when compared to other slipper clutches on the market. This slipper clutch typically lasts four times as long as the competition and there is no periodic maintenance required! There are also no spider springs or other wear items that need to be replaced regularly like the majority of other slipper clutches require.
It does not include clutch springs and bolts for the spring caps.
- Item Requires Shipping
- 8.0 lbs.
- W10.0000” x H10.0000” x L10.0000”
- Free Shipping - USPS or UPS
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Total Reviews (1)
Reviewed by: james02/05/2014 02:21AM
Product ownership: Less than 1 week
Purchased from: Motowheels.com
I like the EVR look. I've run the same cover for thousands of miles so the EVR CTS was an easy choice going to a slipper. If you know the real names to half your tools you can install this clutch.Don't forget a clutch holding tool. Good chance there is a pic of one right below this review. The basket looks good and has some good venting along with the pressure plate. (Machined clutch case is a must to really show this one off)
Clutch pack height is key with this one so keep some of your old thicker steel plates in case you need a few more mils as I did. Engagement is smooth off the line and it almost feels seamless when you banzi a corner. The only sign something is going on is a slight thump on the clutch lever. You still get some good engine braking which apparently I used a lot more then I thought as the clutch jumps in pretty fast but all that oh crap there goes the back end wiggle turns into revs waiting for you to roll smoothly into and out of the turn. For you klackity klackers the Ducati music is still there along with the tambourine section at the lights. I have a BREMBO RCS Clutch lever so it's adjusted perfectly so I am not sure about adjustments with the stock MC.
After 500 miles it's quickly becoming one of my top mods. Motowheels as always is top notch on support. My old basket ate itself so I needed this over night and MW did not have my color combo avail for next day and called me and still got it out.. THANKS MW!
If I was forced to come up with a negative I would say it's the instructions. Fairly basic but that's what the net and all those forums you visit are for.
DON'T FORGET THE STOCK ORING AND THREAD LOCKER...
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