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alternative to evoluzione or BMW slave cylinder

Ever since I've had the K, I (and others) have found the clutch to be heavy, BMW addressed it slightly with the K13 by fitting a 2mm larger slave cylinder to it, but it was still a little heavy, this one adds another 2 mm diameter so 4mm bigger than the K12 version. I think one of these needs to be fitted as soon as I come back from my jollies in Scotland at the end of the month!
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I am adding an Oberon Clutch slave to my Super Duke. Let us know if in fact it is superior to the OEM in ease of use and feel for the GT!
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