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I just got a Black Friday email that HSBK that has 1/3 off on Ducabike and several other vendors.

For example, the bar risers I purchased for $90 are on sale for $70

https://www.hsbkracing.com/parts-and-apparel/ducati/supersport/brake-clutch-controls/clip-ons-handlebars/ducabike-ducati-supersport-17-billet-handlebar-risers/

In fact, they're listing 10 different aftermarket suppliers Like Termi and Compwerkes for 15-50% off. If anyone finds a great bargain or recommends something, it would be great to post it here so we can take advantage of it.

I've seen some here interested in a hydraulic clutch conversion, the kit is $100

https://www.hsbkracing.com/parts-and-apparel/ducati/supersport/brake-clutch-controls/clutch-slave-cylinders/ducabike-ducati-supersport-hydraulic-clutch-conversion-kit-2017-and-up/
 

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I think this is set you want and it is on sale at Motowheels. I bought it last year and had my mechanic put it on. No regrets. Just keep in mind, you should put on slave cylinder and therefore need a front sprocket cover. Do not buy the Ducabike front sprocket cover! My Ducati mechanic sourced one from a Monster

1) No more need to warm up the bike to avoid the sudden cut out of the bike; not sure why that would be...
2) Smoother, easier down shifting than cable IMO (down quickshift can mis-shift)

I guess the only knock I have is the longer distance in actuation (compared to my other bike which is fitted with Brembo RCS) but I think it's more of adjustment (which I haven't done and just gotten used to it).

FYI: if you do a search on 939 Supersport parts, there's a couple of things on sale right now

https://motowheels.com/i-23900739-ducabike-hydraulic-clutch-kit-ducati-supersport-939.html
 

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Yeah but they'd still need a master cylinder, slave cylinder, clutch cover since the cable system would now be obsolete, stator cover that accepts the slave cylinder, and sprocket cover. Overall, if you get the cool see through clutch cover and pressure plate, you're looking at close to $1500 in parts. Ouch!

The CW exhaust is a great deal, though. $1,040. Maybe next year, unless I find a used one at a better price.
https://www.hsbkracing.com/parts-and-apparel/ducati/supersport/exhaust/competition-werkes-ducati-supersport-2017-gp-slip-on-exhaust/
 

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Thanks 1. I had just browsed through the list and thought I'd post the clutch listing because of some interest here. I'm one of the few folks that prefer the direct feel of a cable.

Those guys used to be in Houston (the "H" in HSBK) and I learned they moved to my area after I ordered the risers. Actually I used live in Shawnee OK (family still does). I am tempted to take my bike and credit card over there and see what they can do to it.
 

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Thanks 1. I had just browsed through the list and thought I'd post the clutch listing because of some interest here. I'm one of the few folks that prefer the direct feel of a cable.
Not sure how few. I too prefer a cable clutch, but primarily for its ease of maintenance.
 
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