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Seat Cowl genuine Ducati Arctic White: SOLD
STM Clutch Slave Cylinder: SOLD
JT Quick Change Rear Sprocket Carrier: SOLD
AFAM Rear Sprocket 525/39T (used 3K miles), stock is 38T: $25
K&N KN153 Engine oil filter: $10
Handlebar grips (still new) Progrip Superbike: SOLD
CRG AB-511 & AB-611 Rockers only for RC2 levers (for Ducati M696): $40
JT 14T/520 and 46T/520 (for Ducati M696, used test ride 10 miles), stock is 15T/45T: $15

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IM for the Gear Indicator Blue LED Plug & Play (Ducati 1098 2007-2009) Healtech Gipro DS Series: $100 for me.
 

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A little new to the 848+ game here but what is the point of the slave? Better feel or shorter throw?
You will definitely feel the difference when pulling in the clutch lever. It is one of the most common solution to reduce the force. Much needed especially in heavy traffic or lane splitting on the Interstate. The aftermarket one has larger diameter in fluid chamber than stock one.
 

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So the slave is similar to a race clutch for a car? Less throw and lighter pedal/handle feel?
Not exact less throw. Lever pull-in distance from full out towards handlebar is about the same as stock lever where you also have range of adjustment to play with, again just as stock lever. The most noticeable difference is the resistance when pulling in the lever, MUCH LIGHTER feels than with stock clutch slave cylinder.
 

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STM Clutch Slave Cylinder $60
plus $5 for USPS flat rate shipping box?



Give me that, I want it. PM me payment info or text 203 592-38 seven two
 
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