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Old 04-11-2014, 02:55 AM   #1
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Tune up and replacing clutch on cbr1000rr

So I just picked up a used 08 cbr1000rr and I want to do a full tune up on it. I have replaced forks, radiator, spark plugs, wheels, brakes, headlights, you name it..(on my previous bikes).just haven't messed with the engine components. I'm not afraid to put my hands on it. I'm pretty handy, at least that's what I think of myself .
Question: is the only part(s) I need to order for the clutch is the friction plates and the springs right? I just want to have all the necessary parts before I put it under surgical operation and realizing I forgot something.

I'm looking at this kit on eBay. I can use some advice from someone who have replaced their clutch before. Thanks
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Old 04-11-2014, 03:07 AM   #2
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Tune up and replacing clutch on cbr1000rr

I always order the steels too. Also, I would only order oem frictions
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What do you think about this one? It has steel plates and the price is cheaper. Heard of that brand before just not sure if it's a good one to go for.
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Old 04-11-2014, 03:30 AM   #4
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I'm sure most will agree that oem is the way to go. It's usually closer to 200.00 for all of it
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Oem for the win forget all that race mumbojumbo stick to oem
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Honda offers a clutch kit for that model that has all of the friction and steel plates. It retails for $145, 20% discount for Motohouston making it only $116. The springs are sold individually, I would replace them as well. $20 for the springs. For under $140 you can purchase a complete OEM Honda clutch that is better quality than any of the aftermarket stuff.
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You got the link for it?? Been reading EBC clutch kit and everyone was saying how happy they were about its quality and performance over OEM. But if you got the link for them oem clutch kit, I would def to check it out
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Honda offers a clutch kit for that model that has all of the friction and steel plates. It retails for $145, 20% discount for Motohouston making it only $116. The springs are sold individually, I would replace them as well. $20 for the springs. For under $140 you can purchase a complete OEM Honda clutch that is better quality than any of the aftermarket stuff.
That is a heck of a deal.
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Honda part # for the clutch kit is 22210-MFL-880. You need 2 of these clutch springs, # 22401-MFL-000, and 1 of another spring part # 22325-MFL-880. There is no clutch cover gasket on that model, machined cases.
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