Hello first post lol. I've read thousands of post about installing this clutch it seems. So when I installed their 6 spring slipper clutch with their kevlar clutch kit on my 2010 Streetfighter 1098 everything seemed fine at first. It did kinda klunk into gear when down shifting especially into first but everything else seemed great. Up until about 200 miles into the be setup. It started to slip. I could only notice it cruising in 3rd. As soon as I'd start to speed up it word slip for a second then bite and jerk forward. It progressively got worse over the next hundred miles until it started throwing parts of the friction disk out of the clutch and would not move. I pushed it on the truck with it in first gear and the clutch engaged it was so bad lol. So I ordered their street kit and stacked out it measures 36.5 but the kevlar kit i pulled out that was slipping still measured 36. The new kit go threw gears fine but it feels like it's slipping too. At higher rpm's it slips. So my question is, is my stack height off and I need to add another metal disk? Or is it something along the lines of when I switched from stock to the new slipper clutch (also when I change the clutch I installed the ducabike clutch plate the clutch sits in) that somehow now my pushrod is too long and not letting the pressure plate not engage the clutch enough. Thanks for any advice. This is my first Ducati and first time messing with the clutch.
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