Join Date: Apr 2016
Location: Ontario, CA
Magnesium clutch cover: The biggest benefit with this mod is that it has a detachable cover, which allows easier access to the clutch inside. There is also a very minor weight saving (I measured a 0.36kg/0.79lbs saving). On the aesthetic side, it looks good as a magnesium piece and allows installation of the clear Ducabike cover.A slipper clutch is just one of those things (like a quickshifter) that, if you haven't used it much before, you don't really need it; but once you have been spoiled with the convenience it provides, it is hard to go back to not having it. I think it is telling that the two biggest changes Ducati introduced to the 959 (aside from the capacity) are grippier pegs and a slipper clutch. Speaks volumes.
Pressure plates: No need to change these at all. If you're looking for a bit of color to show through the clear Ducabike cover, you'll get it from the slipper clutch. Most come adorned with colors and detail.
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