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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old Dec 30th, 2006, 6:33 am Thread Starter
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clutch slave cylinder rebuild kit

HI All,
Does anyone know of an aftermarket vendor that sells kits to rebuild the FACTORY clutch slave cylinder. ie all seals, o-rings etc in one kit.

Failing that does a list of all components needed to rebuild exist?

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old Dec 30th, 2006, 5:34 pm
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Don't know if all the slaves are the same. If not, it might help if you post what bike you're looking to rebuild the slave on. On my Monster, there's a flat sided o-ring and oil seal that goes on the puck, a dust boot and an o-ring for the clutch rod. All in all, I think it's less than $20 from Ducati.

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I was thinking the slave cylinders were the same up through 99. But good point, shoulda mentioned. It's a 95 900SS/SP.

So does ducati sell the rebuild sets in a kit or do you have to order each seal/ring/washer individually?

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I'm pretty certain that Evoluzione make a replacement piston/seal kit for the Ducati OEM master cylinder as a lower cost alternative to their aftermarket Slave Cylinder.


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I have a complete factory original off my MTS with only @600 miles on it. Willing to sell it (best offer). Give me a day or two to insure i can still find it after my recent move to to TN. Pm if your interested.

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+1 on what Duke said, but I went with the Evoluzione replacement. Works better, looks better, reasonably priced from MotoWheels.com

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Thanks so much for all the answers guys. Since the slave cylinder eventually on one of my other ducs, I decided to go ahead and get the evoluzione unit for this 900 I just got.

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DukeDesmo is right on. Evoluzione has a $20 piston that has two rubber seals on it. It will fit the OEM slave bore. Contact them for year/model application. They offer a complete replacement slave unit as well which many folks have used. If you search here and on the Yahoo ST site, you can review a few threads discussing the piston-only solution. Two or three owners have reported many many miles using the piston replacement solution.

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Why people mention the name, and various posts across multiple posts instead of saying "Hey Click Here!".... Kinda baffles me.

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what baffles me even more is resurrecting a four+ year old thread to make the point!

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Why people mention the name, and various posts across multiple posts instead of saying "Hey Click Here!".... Kinda baffles me.
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