This race proven slipper clutch works for both road race and flat track use.
Andy Palmer of AP MotoArts worked closely with Yoyodyne to make sure the available slipper clutch worked just right. “I didn’t want it to freewheel into corners,” he says, “I wanted it to be heavy enough that good riders can back it in and guys that are used to twins will be familiar.” To his credit, that’s exactly what it does. The FZ-07R is perfectly well behaved if that’s what you need, and when you really bury the front tire on the brakes and grab a bunch of downshifts the rear end will step out.
*Installation requires ‘back-dating’ newer models to use the pre-2020 clutch springs and plates.