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Triumph Slipper Clutch


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STM Triumph Speed/Tiger 1050 06-09 Slipper Clutch



Price in points:1160 points

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Wet slipper clutch utilizes FLS - Forced Lubrication System
Diaphragm spring provides more pressure under lock up with less drag than helical springs and offers a digressive lever engagement
Utilizes O.E.M. basket and clutch plates

This Item Fits the Following Applications:

2006 1050

2007 1050

2008 1050

2009 1050


The STM slipper system is produced with highly advanced materials and technologies allowing the rider to carry out several adjustments through the replacement of primary and secondary springs. The secondary spring has been designed to tune the slipper system of the STM clutch so as to give the possibility to adjust the engine brake. The function of the primary spring is to compress the disc pack. Should you like to obtain a different calibration to increase or decrease the engine brake we suggest to act on the secondary spring. For a customized advice on the calibration of the clutch please contact a skilled technician or the STM technical department. If the clutch was correctly mounted the closing of the central nut has no effect on the slipper system.

The history between STM and the competition world is a long and emotionally rich one. Every product is born on the race track, thought of and produced to compete; only when it passes the final test in a competition is it mass-produced and commercialized all over the world.

By racing at the top level in many different categories STM is able to continue the evolution of its products to make them more and more competitive, turning the riders’ feedback into innovative solutions to be applied to the industrial production.

From the World Champion to the non-professional rider, the STM technology has always been close to those who look for the best possible performances.