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07-27-2019 03:12 PM
Rocketman7
Re: How to: 06-14 R6 Slipper Clutch Modification

Nice write up man!
06-15-2019 12:52 PM
Georgian Durbac Cmd
Re: How to: 06-14 R6 Slipper Clutch Modification

nice!
thanks!
05-14-2019 01:24 PM
2018HaydenR6 Disregard, I had the clutch pivot arm not lined up with the dot on the cover...
05-13-2019 04:36 PM
2018HaydenR6 Did this mod last night to my 2018, Wow I wish I did it sooner.. I have some slippage under acceleration now, any thoughts on why? I have tried to adjust the clutch cable but it didn’t seem to help.
04-29-2019 04:35 PM
grahamwellington
Re: How to: 06-14 R6 Slipper Clutch Modification

posting so i can view pics
04-29-2019 04:18 PM
grahamwellington
Re: How to: 06-14 R6 Slipper Clutch Modification

Thanks for the info. i will definitely try this out
04-20-2019 10:21 PM
Stad0o
Re: How to: 06-14 R6 Slipper Clutch Modification

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Originally Posted by JacoBeRacing View Post
I raced with it all last year and had zero issues. I'm going to put a new clutch in in a few days and will be doing all this work again. I think I may do a washer, full spring, washer, just to get the clutch to spin up with less resistance. But that's still up in the air.

Follow up question: may seem stupid but when you say "washer," do you mean, grinding off the 1st and last y spring so that they resemble washers or actually replacing them with equivalently sized washers? Thanks...btw, I did this mod to a previous R6 a couple of years ago with your write up (thanks!), but used the same 12, 6, 0, but I've got another bike now and am thinking of going the washer, spring, washer route this time around.

Thanks!
03-24-2019 09:13 AM
Cezary Chrobot
Re: How to: 06-14 R6 Slipper Clutch Modification

nice! mod
03-22-2019 10:54 AM
Blucrew Definitely on my list ... thanks 🙏
02-20-2019 02:55 PM
ar556
Re: How to: 06-14 R6 Slipper Clutch Modification

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Originally Posted by alxmosly View Post
posting so I can view the pics


Same.


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