We have just installed a Yoyodyne slipper clutch and the Dynojet quickshifter.
The clutch is officaly not for the 1098, everything fit's you just need a special corse center nut and heavier springs to handle the high torque.
Removing the center nut on the stock clutch takes some great efforts, I would suggest anybody with only min. tool supplie should let a shop take care of it.
Powercomander needed a few modifications to fit but is well working, posting dyno sheet shortly.
Is that specific to Yoyodyne slipper clutch? I was under the impression that any currently available 99* slipper clutch would work with the 1098. The higher torque in the 1098 requires heavier springs than the ones supplied by the slipper clutch manufacturer? Thanks for the heads up.
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