Now offered with orange and black backing plates for even more color combination choices!
A true performance clutch slave cylinder for LC8 KTM model engines 950/990/1190/1290. Designed to improve the efficiency and looks of the original clutch slave cylinder. The internal piston design and seal have been drastically enhanced to prevent leaks and leave a smoother clutch action that your forearms will thank you for. CNC machined from T6 billet alloy for strength and eye-catching looks.
The piston seals are manufactured from special Viton rubber which is frozen and then CNC machined with a 'U' profile which is specifically for hydraulic use, in addition the piston itself is guided by their unique back-plate to prevent piston wear and maintain correct alignment within the slave unit. Ultimately this offers a smoother lever action and prolongs product life. The piston has been designed to reduce lever effort, further increasing feel and reducing rider fatigue. Don't let the plastic stock slave cylinder leave you stranded. Upgrade to this high quality unit that will give you confidence every time you start the bike.
All hardware parts necessary are included in the kit with full instructions and is ready to fit.
Fluid: (Use KTM approved fluid only)
Some models use mineral oil, some models use DOT 4, although the Oberon Performance slave unit will accept either oil without any issues, the master cylinder will only function correctly with the fluid recommended by either Brembo or Magura. Please check your fluid cap if you are unsure.
Oberon Performance's slave cylinder comes with a lifetime (return to base) warranty as standard - including parts and labor. Units older than 12 months from date of purchase can be returned for a repair/replacement provided a member of Oberon Performance has been contacted prior to shipping, so your details can be logged correctly and supplied with a returns number. Failure to obtain a returns number will invalidate this warranty. Additionally please ensure the item has been packaged adequately to ensure no damage can be incurred - shipping costs from the customer to Oberon Performance will be met by the customer. All reasonable shipping costs will be refunded by Oberon in a genuine warranty issue. Oberon Performance reserves the right to reject any warranty should the returned item clearly display evidence of damage, other than natural wear and tear. Your statutory rights are not affected.
Posted by Justin J. on 5th May 2018
After the cheap plastic OEM slave cylinder failed me 1200 miles into my 2500-mile ride, I was able to bleed my clutch to keep in working for a little while. But try to find Magura blood hydraulic fluid on a holiday weekend in the middle of the Nevada desert. So, I replaced my slave clutch on my 2015 KTM 1290 Super Duke R with this HIGH-quality Oberon billet clutch slave cylinder. Be sure to get the spacer along with the cylinder, don't cheap out and use the stock spacer. When you are doing your install, don't lose your ball bearing. I thought I lost mine and I was looking for it for 30 mins. I never lost it; it was deep inside the clutch cylinder held in the pre-greased receptacle. Besides that, the install went easy, smooth and fast. I have had it installed for about a week now and no issues so far. I am sure that the aluminum cylinder and high-quality Viton U seal will hold up to the enormous power that this LC8 engine can put out.
Posted by Paul Scott on 29th Dec 2017
The Oberon clutch slave cylinder I purchased for my KTM 1190 was a good buy and works well for this motorcycle. The clutch pull is about the same as the stock slave with hopefully better reliability. The unit looks pretty trick. I got a black one with the Oberon aluminum backing plate. Installation is not difficult with two Allen bolts holding the whole assembly together on the bike. I tried reverse bleeding the unit by injecting motorex Mineral oil into the bleed nipple on the slave cylinder. This was difficult due to the pressure required at the syringe to push the oil through small gauge plumbing. I ended up vacuum bleeding after filling Master Cylinder which worked fine. Clutch action is smooth and consistent. The stock slave cylinder only lasted 8,000 miles. I thought it wasn’t worth rebuilding because it’s obviously a design weakness that caused failure. I’m very happy with my Oberon slave cylinder.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Nov 2016
The slave cylinder on my 2004 KTM 950 Adventure failed after 16,000 miles. Since KTM would not sell the rubber ring without the whole $175 assembly, I was happy to look at other alternatives. Rottweiller's product with the 3 ring piston and aluminum plate was a grant solution. No issues with installation, although some bleeding advise would have been helpful.