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Old May 9th 2019, 08:58 AM   #11
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Itís rider preference. At some pint you'll have to stop the bike and start going again track riding or not. And installing the larger slave cylinder makes the lever pull much easier. I like to optimize my bikes to make them work the best they can in all situations. Especially if you ride on the street and ever get in traffic then this mod is huge.


Oh I get it. And in a traffic jam I can certainly see it.


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Old May 9th 2019, 09:49 AM   #12
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I just look at it like this. My left forearm now looks like my right forearm. LOL!!! Get those numbers up rookie!
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Old May 9th 2019, 10:59 AM   #13
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as i understand it, this will help with those who need to bleed their clutch every couple of weeks or so.
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Old May 9th 2019, 11:39 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by kensteele View Post
as i understand it, this will help with those who need to bleed their clutch every couple of weeks or so.


Iíd love to hear if this is true.


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Old May 9th 2019, 04:45 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by kensteele View Post
as i understand it, this will help with those who need to bleed their clutch every couple of weeks or so.
I havenít had to bleed my master on my 1299. But I did on my Speciale. I brought her in for some recalls and they were going to change the stainless steel line from the master cylinder to the slave cylinder so I had them install the Oberon slave at the same time. Sheís been fine so far. But I also havenít gotten a chance to really ride her because of all the freaking rain weíve been having.
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I havenít had to bleed my master on my 1299. But I did on my Speciale. I brought her in for some recalls and they were going to change the stainless steel line from the master cylinder to the slave cylinder so I had them install the Oberon slave at the same time. Sheís been fine so far. But I also havenít gotten a chance to really ride her because of all the freaking rain weíve been having.
lucky if you don't have that problem.

eventually it gets very hard to find neutral, it's choppy to shift while riding, and at a stop light, i can barely get it into neutral and my bike is actually trying to drive away. bleed the master using my speedbleeder takes 10 seconds and all is fixed....for about a month.
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Old May 9th 2019, 07:29 PM   #17
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lucky if you don't have that problem.



eventually it gets very hard to find neutral, it's choppy to shift while riding, and at a stop light, i can barely get it into neutral and my bike is actually trying to drive away. bleed the master using my speedbleeder takes 10 seconds and all is fixed....for about a month.


I put a small spanner and rag in rear cowl and can bleed on a ride. Very quick but yes often.


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Originally Posted by kensteele View Post
lucky if you don't have that problem.

eventually it gets very hard to find neutral, it's choppy to shift while riding, and at a stop light, i can barely get it into neutral and my bike is actually trying to drive away. bleed the master using my speedbleeder takes 10 seconds and all is fixed....for about a month.
Shit sorry to hear that man. Not sure it would work but you might want to try and use the V4 updated SS line. They say is one or two millimeters smaller and it stops that problem on the V4 and so for for me itís working. It might work on the 1299 also.
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