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As far as it goes for installing a STM slipper clutch on a DRZ. Is there anyone who can advise me on any tricks (if any) on the how to?

And is that special STM tool required?

Thanks.

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Awesome!

Eddie Thanks for the pic’s.

That’s a lot more useful info, than I thought I would ever get.

It looks like a pretty standard clutch change out?

Is there any tweaking?

I mean once you close it, it would really suck to open again.

And the all-important question, is it a great a mod, as I hope it will be?

Thanks again for the help

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the only tip i have is to use grease on the balls.you dont want them escaping into your motor.

its little more complicated but pretty straight fowa.the instructions have a good exploded veiw.

very good mod its expensive,but one you have one you will be spoiled.

no adjustmen or tinkering needed assuming its assembled correctly.

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Ed, how is the quality of the clutch basket, is as durable as OEM? I've read a few posts here on TT where people had issues with some aftermarket baskets. The STM is on my wish list when my motor is done later this year.

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