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lesley & John
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PostSubject: mallossi clucth   mallossi clucth I_icon_minitimeSat May 14, 2011 7:33 am

going to install a mallossi clutch this monday evening brought it from msp my scooter parts for a very reasonable £140 pounds this comes complete with springs that are already tested for optimal performance.so all i have to do is unbolt the old one and install new one.i will keep you posted on results. the hit clutch was near £300 pounds.the original clutch was £135 pounds
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PostSubject: Re: mallossi clucth   mallossi clucth I_icon_minitimeWed May 25, 2011 1:19 pm

lesley & John,

Well this may be a bit quick, but what are your first impressions of the malossi clutch?

As someone who has owned a FIAT in the past, and I am somewhat hesitant to admit that publically - are the Italian scooter parts reliable?
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PostSubject: Re: mallossi clucth   mallossi clucth I_icon_minitimeWed May 25, 2011 2:57 pm

you need not worry about workmanship as its as good as the original.i spoke to my scooter dealer who has been servicing scooters for 15 years and i spoke about quality of the variator and clutch he said whos it made by i told him mallossi and he said he had no worrys with that particular brand.very impressed with the clutch it bites around 3000rpms but you can take it from the lights at around 3500 then it just bites and doesnt slip.my throttle response has quickened and the 0 to 20 has got alot quicker.i didnt realize that fitting a different clutch would make such a difference,especially with the variator and 24g rollers.i know that mallossi and polini have been going for years.now italian electrics now theres a subject ducati anyone?
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