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post #11 of 18 Old 06-03-2016, 10:08 AM
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What tool is everyone using for swapping out the basket? I got a $20 vise grip style job off eBay, but I feel like holding the basket by just two teeth and tightening to the 190nm is going to cause damage to the new basket. Any feedback on this?
Great question Mick89 ... are any special tools required to install the Ducabike slipper clutch
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post #12 of 18 Old 06-03-2016, 10:18 AM
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For those of you recommending slippers, do you know how to rev match downshifts under braking?

I've never noticed a need for a slipper but perhaps I can see there is an enhanced safety factor if you botch a rev match on track
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For those of you recommending slippers, do you know how to rev match downshifts under braking?

I've never noticed a need for a slipper but perhaps I can see there is an enhanced safety factor if you botch a rev match on track
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For those of you recommending slippers, do you know how to rev match downshifts under braking?

I've never noticed a need for a slipper but perhaps I can see there is an enhanced safety factor if you botch a rev match on track
Depends on how you ride. Around town? you proly wont really use it to its full advantage.
I could have lived without a slipper. Taking slop out of the throttle helps too.

When I got the TB and setup up the blipper downshift, it took a while to adjust the settings to get it to feel ride. At one point i disabled the downshift cause of how harsh the higher downshifts were. After Ive installed my slipper, and reset the TB downshift, Its been a night/day experience on my local "mountain run"

Now that the 959 has one standard points towards that Its better to have some sort of mechincal slipper than rely on the "electronic slipper"
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Hello Trieste
With the two conical washers the one supplied from Ducabike and the OEM one what way are they supposed to go in , I'm reading the instructions from Ducabike and getting more confused.
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Great question Mick89 ... are any special tools required to install the Ducabike slipper clutch
I bought the Bellisimoto wet clutch holding tool to do mine.

Have not tried it yet but will let everyone know how it works when I do. It looks like it should work great though.

I'm going to use it for a Yoyo clutch, but not sure it's that much different.
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I read that you need to hold the drive gear in place as its spring loaded or else new basket won't go in, how do you guys do that?
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what you guys use to hold the clutch basket?
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