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I finally installed my slipper clutch late last night, didn't have a chance to do a test ride. It's sure quieter with the aluminum basket instead of the steel.Anyone know of a good way to test this thing out short of killing myself if it doesn't function like it's supossed to? Also, is there some sort of maintenance that's required? It's a Desmo Corsa 4 spring clutch.The instructions were very vague and in Italian.
 

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I'm pretty sure its got ball bearings, those need to be greased every once in a while.

To test, go kinda slow 30mph or so and down shift from 3rd into 2nd and you'll feel it slip. If it doesn't, the stack height could be wrong...



 

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yeah stack height is critical...make sure it isn't slipping under hard accelaration either or you'll wear your brand new clutch plates very quickly. I had to play around with the metal shim plates quite a bit to get mine just right way back when...
 
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