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This looks to be the stock one that comes on my 996 for instance. Which has alot less effort than my 916. This seems like it's a cheaper alternative to either the Evo one. $85 total after shipping. Not sure how much directly from my local dealer.

http://cgi.ebay.com/DUCATI-CLUTCH-SLAVE-CYLINDER-All-Models-since-1994_W0QQitemZ8043338346QQcategoryZ10448QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem#ebayphotohosting


The other alternative cost wise is this one but not sure what it'll end up at.

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Its my understanding that the break is 2000 for the slaves. I know its that way when you get the Yoyodyne. They have one that fits up to 200o and one that fits 2001 to current

So if that holds true Id say the 996 one wouldnt fit straight up.
 

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I have also heard about new cylinders not fitting older bikes (916 rather than 996) but thought it was all to do with pushrod length, I know some aftermarket cyls are supplied with pushrod extensions for older bikes but when I got the Evo cyl I asked the supplier if I needed a longer pushrod or extender and he said he'd never heard of it and that it would fit any model year. The evo cyl fit my 916 without any problem.
 
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