In my opinion... I love dry clutches. I've owned many. The reason I would love a conversion is that I really want a STM slipper in my bike. Once you ride a slipper that actually works you don't want to ride without it.
Now that sounds right!
Tony, It's all good. No war going on here. I actually think it's over 3K depending on which slipper, master cylinder and slave that is being used for the Mod. ( Luckily, I have a lot of spare race parts laying around and the wife doesn't need to know about the rest!) I wouldn't do this with all new parts from Ducati. I think that it's worth waiting for STM to come out with a wet slipper for this bike.Ummm...
Not to start a "flame war" or anything - but anyone who dumps 2 grand into a clutch for a Scrambler needs their head examined.
I wouldn't want to switch to a different motor. Many aspects of performance are not defined by horsepower.Wouldn't an engine swap with an engine that already has a dry clutch be easier?
How hard can it be?
Installing a dry clutch will take less that 2 or 3 hours. Now that someone has tried a different side cover and it fits. The swap is simple it is just a matter of $$$.It would seem that if you had to go to that extreme you should have bought a different bike in the first place.