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Old 03-24-2008, 09:58 AM   #41
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Candy, go to Brock Davidson's website and you can get the clutch mod stuff from him, along with his clutch cushion. Good time to do springs as well as a fresh clutch pack. If you need any help, let me know. Make sure you soak the clutches before you put them in....

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ALSO... www.spencercycles.com is usually the cheapest on clutch packs....around $150-160...you are best doing it all at the same time while you are in there.
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Candy, go to Brock Davidson's website and you can get the clutch mod stuff from him, along with his clutch cushion. Good time to do springs as well as a fresh clutch pack. If you need any help, let me know. Make sure you soak the clutches before you put them in....

http://prostores2.carrierzone.com/se...ki%3AGSX-R1000


ALSO... www.spencercycles.com is usually the cheapest on clutch packs....around $150-160...you are best doing it all at the same time while you are in there.
GREAT LOOK!!!

Ok so riddle me this batman, when u burn up ur clutches, u have to replace the springs, steel/fibers, and the clutch cushion, or is this some sort of thing where 1 of the 3 will only need replacing! I mean does all that t burn up together, or are there levels of cooked

I've NEVER had 2 replace my clutches after 50k miles of riding, so i DON'T KNOW TTTT!
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Typically, I have only replaced the plates and it works fine, however, you may want to change springs as well if you're gonna be beatin on your horse.
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Typically, I have only replaced the plates and it works fine, however, you may want to change springs as well if you're gonna be beatin on your horse.
the plates ur talking about is the steel/fibers right?
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Candy, its only the fibers that burn up, but the steels will get warped from the heat. You normally only replace the fibers/steels when they burn up...you could just replace those now and you will be riding again, just as you were. The clutch mod is a 1pc center hub that replaces the stock "slipper" or back torque limiter. The clutch cushion is something totally seperate that you really don't need but they do help. Its basically a big o-ring and an aluminum plate that fits in there between the clutch hub and the clutch pack itself. I am not even sure if they sell them for the 05-08 1000s or not...they may not need them. As for springs, you could slap a set in there, it will make the clutch lever harder to pull and control but it will make the clutch pack grab tighter(no slipping on the big end) and engage smoother. I really don't think you need them for what you are doing right now..... If you start spraying it, then yes to the clutch springs.

For now, you could really just get the BDE clutch mod for the 05-06 1k, its $239 and the clutch pack for $150 or so and you will be 60' ing like a in no time...
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OH and racing kills the clutches, not riding....(50k miles)... you could probably get 75-100k miles out of a stock clutch pack if you aren't racing it....but you race a lot, say 200 passes or so, its time for clutches. Technically, you could cheap out and only buy the fibers, then just measure your steels for flatness, if they are completely flat, you can bead blast them to take the blue and black burns off of them and they will be good to go but.......For the money, just buy a whole new set and be done with it....
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the plates ur talking about is the steel/fibers right?
correct, I replaced both steels and fibers like the guy above mentioned due to heat causing the steels to warp. I wanna say the cost of "plate" was roughly 10 or 12 bucks and I had 13 of 'em total to replace (Not sure how many you have in that GSXR). If you're just wanting to get back on the road again, you can probably just replace the plates and be done with it.
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Candy, its only the fibers that burn up, but the steels will get warped from the heat. You normally only replace the fibers/steels when they burn up...you could just replace those now and you will be riding again, just as you were. The clutch mod is a 1pc center hub that replaces the stock "slipper" or back torque limiter. The clutch cushion is something totally seperate that you really don't need but they do help. Its basically a big o-ring and an aluminum plate that fits in there between the clutch hub and the clutch pack itself. I am not even sure if they sell them for the 05-08 1000s or not...they may not need them. As for springs, you could slap a set in there, it will make the clutch lever harder to pull and control but it will make the clutch pack grab tighter(no slipping on the big end) and engage smoother. I really don't think you need them for what you are doing right now..... If you start spraying it, then yes to the clutch springs.

For now, you could really just get the BDE clutch mod for the 05-06 1k, its $239 and the clutch pack for $150 or so and you will be 60' ing like a in no time...
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OH and racing kills the clutches, not riding....(50k miles)... you could probably get 75-100k miles out of a stock clutch pack if you aren't racing it....but you race a lot, say 200 passes or so, its time for clutches. Technically, you could cheap out and only buy the fibers, then just measure your steels for flatness, if they are completely flat, you can bead blast them to take the blue and black burns off of them and they will be good to go but.......For the money, just buy a whole new set and be done with it....
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correct, I replaced both steels and fibers like the guy above mentioned due to heat causing the steels to warp. I wanna say the cost of "plate" was roughly 10 or 12 bucks and I had 13 of 'em total to replace (Not sure how many you have in that GSXR). If you're just wanting to get back on the road again, you can probably just replace the plates and be done with it.
U guys are right I might as well replace the steels and fibers, and the clutch mod is a no brainer, it's a must and will do!!!

THANK YOU GUYS for the help. I now fully understand what I NEED and WHY which is really important when u looking at about spending $600 bucks, (remember I needed the sprockets now too) and that isn't labor yet !

I think I'ma get in shape and then put a new sticker on the bike..."will strip for parts"
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Total damage on parts I was already about 2 purchase $340 (16/43 sprockets, chain, strap, brackets)

So NOW i'm adding $424 to that for the clutches and brocks mod!!!

So my total damage from last night is really $764, not 2 mention the labor it's gonna cost me to get all this t put on unless I wanna try it alone and risk, phucking it up good enough 2 need it done again!

Stripping it is!!! Fellas i'll let ya know which club i'm at so u guys can come support a .

Definately putting a new sticker on my bike now that goes something like...."Will strip for parts"....PHUUUUUUCKKKKK
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Total damage on parts I was already about 2 purchase $340 (16/43 sprockets, chain, strap, brackets)

So NOW i'm adding $424 to that for the clutches and brocks mod!!!

So my total damage from last night is really $764, not 2 mention the labor it's gonna cost me to get all this t put on unless I wanna try it alone and risk, phucking it up good enough 2 need it done again!

Stripping it is!!! Fellas i'll let ya know which club i'm at so u guys can come support a .

Definately putting a new sticker on my bike now that goes something like...."Will strip for parts"....PHUUUUUUCKKKKK
really should be able to get free help putting that stuff on... it is not hard stuff... just a little time consuming...
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really should be able to get free help putting that stuff on... it is not hard stuff... just a little time consuming...
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That's a MAJOR NEGATIVE!

I've gotten quite a few peeps offering help installing everything and I WILL BE CONSULTING a few of em, so thanks 2 all those SERIOUS helpers!

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