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Old 06-30-2009, 03:11 PM   #1
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Question Clutch Plates

Well Ive just about burned my clutches up...

What are you badazz stunters using?? Somthing with Kevlar??



Anybody got the hook up (new)??




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Old 06-30-2009, 03:12 PM   #2
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From what I hear, everyone goes with the stock fibers. Mine are gone too.
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Stockers huh, dang mine burned up fast
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Old 06-30-2009, 03:19 PM   #5
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Stockers huh, dang mine burned up fast
Probaly burnt up faster because of the stock sprockets you are using. You have to slip the clutch more. With anything more than plus 10 you can just gas it up.
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Ic ic yeah I need a rear sprocket. Gunna go up 2
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Stock is the way to go... the aftermarket clutch plates get hard on your hand when your clutching it up all the time..even with an ez-pull.
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Old 06-30-2009, 04:39 PM   #11
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stock metal fibers springs and it prob burned from adjustment or learning the whoolies, i just did mine if u need any help let us know..
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stock metal fibers springs and it prob burned from adjustment or learning the whoolies, i just did mine if u need any help let us know..
Yeah its from learning, im still learning


Na, there easy to change but thanks
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dont know if it helps but i soak mine over night
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stock is the way to go... i shattered mine after i think 14000 miles of clutch ups and javi ordered the oem plates and fibers for me.. so true methodz FTW!!!
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OEM is the way to go. Btw if you take all your metals and hold them up to a light if you can see thru them they will also need to be replaced!
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when replacing the fibers inspect the friction plates as well...hit them up with a scotch brite or some 400 grit sand paper....be sure to soak the new fibers in NEW oil for at least an hour.
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