When you're riding an MV Agusta performance motorcycle, you're already out in front. These high-performance sportbikes are equally at home on the track as they are the road. If you're looking for a way to eke even more performance and responsiveness out of your MV Agusta, consider upgrading your clutch slave cylinder with our top-end .
Your clutch slave cylinder lets you apply pressure to your clutch plate, which in turns transmits power from your flywheel to your transmission. If your clutch slave cylinder is worn, you don't have the same control and power transfer as you do with a higher performance cylinder. Give yourself the best chance at staying ahead of the competition with an upgraded aftermarket clutch slave cylinder.
Every time you release your clutch lever, your clutch slave cylinder is applying force to your clutch plate, releasing it and forcing it up against the flywheel. If your slave cylinder isn't optimized, you have to exert greater force with every squeeze of your clutch lever. On a long run, that can really wear out your hand and forearm muscles. You'll also have less control and finesse as you release your clutch, which can affect your acceleration and gear change times.
Some racers estimate that you can reduce the force of clutching by up to 25 percent. That’s a huge difference! Save your forearm strength for holding your line through corners and pointing your motorcycle where it needs to go. On top of the reduced effort required, you’ll also find you have more control and precision for fast gear changes and clutch release from a stopped position.
An aftermarket clutch slave cylinder also corrects one problem with many stock clutch slave cylinder designs: the location of the breather hole. Our Oberon Performance clutch slave cylinder puts the hole away from the chain and sprocket to keep dirt and debris away. Any amount of dirt that finds its way into your slave cylinder can affect performance and reliability, so make this important change to promote longer clutch life.
Oberon Performance put a lot of engineering into its aftermarket slave cylinder and included U-section gaskets for improved sealing. The double-wall U seals provide an extra barrier against outside dirt, moisture and air and keep your clutch fluid in better condition for better feel and force transfer. You’ll suffer fewer fluid leaks and enjoy smoother clutch action than with your stock MV Agusta slave cylinder setup. When it comes to performance motorcycles, every advantage adds up to cutting your lap times and improving your enjoyment of your motorcycle.
One final advantage of choosing an aftermarket clutch slave cylinder upgrade is the great choice of colors and styles you have here at Design Corse. Go for a custom look that sets your MV Agusta apart from the crowd. You can choose one of six great colors from Oberon Performance and coordinate with other upgrades you’re making for a truly custom look, or opt for a clean and discrete color that hides the performance potential of your motorcycle in plain sight.
There are great benefits of swapping your stock slave cylinder assembly for an aftermarket model from Oberon Performance, browse our catalog today and choose the color that suits your MV Agusta. You can contact us for more information or if you need help choosing the right part for your bike. Get more out of your motorcycle and enjoy smoother clutch action, less forearm fatigue and improved feel and precision as you release your clutch and let the revs climb on your next high-speed ride.
Discover why more and more performance motorcycle enthusiasts are turning to our experienced team here at Design Corse for all their MV Agusta aftermarket upgrades. We’re proud of our selection of high-quality, high-performance parts and accessories and know you’ll love our Oberon Performance clutch slave cylinders.
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