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Old 06-Jan-2013, 10:36 AM
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APTC Sliper Clutch

For sale APTC sliper clutch, taken out of a 2002 Monster 620 with very low miles. 175.00 plus postage at cost.
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Old 06-Jan-2013, 03:17 PM
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Hi Tom,
Is that standard fitment to a 620?? And it that a wet slipper? Wondering if that would fit my ST3 motor? Any pics?

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Old 07-Jan-2013, 12:00 AM
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Hi Tom,
Is that standard fitment to a 620?? And it that a wet slipper? Wondering if that would fit my ST3 motor? Any pics?

Cheers Pablo

It wouldn't be standard on a 2002 Model, but is likely to be the standard one off a later 620/695/796/800

But is unlikely to fit the ST3 as the primary drive ratios are different
33/61 for the 620 and 32/59 for the ST3
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Old 07-Jan-2013, 04:30 PM
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Mmmmmh is the primary drive actually part of the clutch? Or can this be replaced?? The manual I have is for a dry clutch. Any info welcome.

Cheers Pablo
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Old 07-Jan-2013, 05:36 PM
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Pablo,
I wrongly described the date of the engine that the clutch came out of as from 2002 when in fact it is a 2006 unit. At this time APTC slipers were standard fitment and the clutch is a wet type.
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Old 07-Jan-2013, 06:59 PM
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Mmmmmh is the primary drive actually part of the clutch? Or can this be replaced?? The manual I have is for a dry clutch. Any info welcome.

Cheers Pablo

The first gear of the Primary drive van be found on the Right side of the Crankcase, the gear it meshes with is on the back of the Clutch drum, both need to be a matched set otherwise they will not mesh correctly, if at all.
You can change both but its a bit more involved than just fitting a clutch
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