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Old December 20th, 2018, 12:50 PM   #21
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Me too. Seems like they wanted a cheaper option. They were hydro for the 796 then the 1100. Cable for the 821 and 939 then back to hydraulic for the 950. Maby they wanted us to have options. The 950 clutch case would fit the 821 and 939. But at that point why not just do the clear cover.
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Old February 2nd, 2019, 04:04 AM   #22
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Job done. Went with the 848 master, slave and push rod. And abmultistrada line. The 13-15 bikes use and Adler slipper clutch which is unique to those bikes. The 15+ uses the same(almost the same as many others. I have included pics with last numbers to show how they are the same parts. Mainly look at the clutch hat and throw out bearing.). With that being said,the 13-15 uses a smaller throw out bearing and different button. The plus side is that the 13-15 button back side is already machined to accept a rod but it is ever so slightly too small. I put it on the lathe and slightly opener it up but before that I cleaned up the rod and it fit. It spun but when comparing it to the 848 button I decided to open it slightly. The 16+ bikes can just transfer the button from an 848, multistrada and many others. Keep in mind that not all Ducati slave cylinders have the same bolt pattern. The Panigale biked use slaves that have a bolt pattern spaced farther out(pic included). Also the pani line is far too short. As for the cable shaft in the case cover, I took a long bolt n nut and pressed the needle bearings out. I disnt want them to come apart and have needle bearings floating around. You could just leave it all or cut the end off because there is an 'oh shit!' Clip holding it from going in or out. After everything was totaled I had about $180 invested, the pull is far smoother and lighter (non scientific 14lb of pull vs 7lb). Thisbset up pushed the clutch out farther so keep that in mind when you feel resistance at the end of the lever stroke. Anyways, that's what I did and it works great. I plan on printing off a pic of a front sprocket cover , blowing it up till the holes line up with my cover , tracing the cut out area and trimming my OEM cover temporarily.
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Old February 2nd, 2019, 04:09 AM   #23
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Some of them parts list were to show that a couple clutches are different .
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Old February 2nd, 2019, 04:48 AM   #24
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Another thing to note, the distance that rod gos into the bottom on the 848 and 13-15 821 are the same as well as where it falls on the clutch itsself. Meaning that the point at which the rod pushes is the same inside the clutch itsself, just a couple mm back from the outside of the clutch hat. I also understand that I'm not using correct words and terms for parts but the goal is to communicate my work as well as findings .

**EDIT** I misspoke in the previous post. It was 9lbs vs 14lbs pull measurements. I made sure that the hook on the scale wasnt touching the grip and I measured the distance from the pivot pin to the pull point on both to get a more "accurate" reading. I understand that this isnt super exact but it gives an idea. Also, the feel is so much smoother than the cable even with the fancy RSC cable clutch assembly I had .

Now to find a front master cylinder that matches the clutch master cylinder without braking the bank. I'm thinking Accossato. It is true radial and can be had in the same color but looks slightly different. We will see
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