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So what is the deal with the 28,29,30mm slave clutch? Why should I care and what’s the one most Hypermotard’s 1100 2008 carry, OEM I mean? Thanks



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Your owners manual will tell you what size your OEM is.


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Your owners manual will tell you what size your OEM is.


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Ah, ok, but, what is the difference between those sizes? Besides 1mm of course ?


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The larger the diameter of the clutch slave cylinder, the lower the lever pull force needed disengage the clutch. However, with a larger the slave cylinder, the piston moves less, so the clutch plates separate less. This causes clutch drag and difficulty finding neutral at a stop. I recommend 28 mm to avoid these issues.
 

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The larger the diameter of the clutch slave cylinder, the lower the lever pull force needed disengage the clutch. However, with a larger the slave cylinder, the piston moves less, so the clutch plates separate less. This causes clutch drag and difficulty finding neutral at a stop. I recommend 28 mm to avoid these issues.


Thank you! Will follow advice! :)


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