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I had Ducati Seattle install a Ducati Performance slipper clutch on my SF - the added benefit is the warranty is intact from Ducati.

The price on the surflex is very good....
 

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Me too

Iadded the DP slipper as well. I am very happy with the result. Shifting feels even smoother, and has stability benefits as well.
 

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The slipper reduces clutch lever effort? How much?
If you use a Surflex with an Oberon slave cyinder it feels lighter than a cable clutch.
Some people think it is not bled...

The Surflex uses lighter springs in its design- so the pull is very light.

-M
 

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Few notes; The Surflex does not kick back to the lever on downshifts, no ball bearings to lube, its lighter, makes less noise, uses the OEM basket (saves money for other mods) and again, the clutch pull is smooth and greatly reduced.
 

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Few notes; The Surflex does not kick back to the lever on downshifts, no ball bearings to lube, its lighter, makes less noise, uses the OEM basket (saves money for other mods) and again, the clutch pull is smooth and greatly reduced.
I will admit, that even with a clutch slave, the DP slipper lets you feel a "twang" on some lever pulls.
 
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