Monsterlover· Premium Member
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What prevents people from just running no cover at all? Danger of getting your pant leg sucked into the clutch gear?
Ahh, that makes sense. Thanks.Yep. Or getting your your toes wacked with it. I ran with nada for a few months on my last Duc. Hit my toes a couple times but you learn not to do that real quick.
Major reason to have the cover is for when the bike goes down. That gear is expensive.
Where'd that vented cover come from? Thats sick, i want oneYou can get nearly the same effect without risking your toes.
That's on Laura's bike. It's a stock Ducati pressure plate coated by Ducs-R-Us. http://www.ducs-r-us.com/
look for "Dave, California" toward the bottom of this page:Do you know where that pic is? I would like to see that. I thinks that might look good on my blue and white s4r.
Yeah, but look at it this way... You stick a big bowl of tequila under there and throw limes and ice at it.... Instant margaritas wherever you go...Rev, really, on a street motorcycle. What you have there is a larger 100bhp version of the Jack La Lanne power juicer! Just think what would happen to dangly bits, waggy dog tails, curious schoolboy's fingers or carelessly discarded cigar butts getting muddled up in there? ;D
check out Jim R from Ill.bike . Love the hand fabbed clutch cover and since i"m a sucker for flames his mirrors were cool toolook for "Dave, California" toward the bottom of this page:
I don't worry at all. I've run this setup since last April.Am I the only one who worries that my shoe strings or toes might get caught in there, even if wering my boots !!!
I'm looking down at my cluthc, and that thing spins fast.......
more venting, less weight, snazzy looks ;DWhats the point of the "Corse" style case?