Not to good to be true I think but with this kit you will get a view of the ugly clutch plates and housing. You will need to ad these parts aswell to achieve what you are looking for. It does look really nice though, I think I prefer it to the Ducabike kit. Still it will set you back at least 750 euro's pre tax. I also like the clear clutch covers but it doesn't serve much use and the original engine casing is also pretty good looking.
Yep, I'd go with the carbon bits first but I'd love to have one of these as well.Lot of money for literally just looks
Aye, you’re right. But, if you do need into the clutch plates and it seems the Scramblers are weak so it’s quite likely then there’s no need to drop the oil or lay the bike on it’s side as you just pop the clear window off to access the clutch and the oil level is below that.Lot of money for literally just looks
Me neither (on any bike of mine) but read a lot about it on here. Newer ones on hydraulic less so. I fitted one to my wife’s Diavel and noticed the fitment list covers most of wet clutch Ducati’s from way back.Dam! I never thought of that
(that said, I never touched the clutch in 9000 miles, I just check the freeplay frequently)