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Old 06-12-2009, 09:59 PM   #1
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who makes a good clutch kit for the yamaha r6?

i think mine may need replaced, took it out today and it just dont feal like it has the grab off the line or thew 2nd,

also it dont ingage till lever is all most all the way out ! could be me i never had a yamaha befor but fig it would not hert to change it out !

so anyone know of a good brand, or site to pick one up ! and the cover gasket !
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Old 06-12-2009, 11:19 PM   #2
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how old is the bike? how many miles? did you try adjusting the cable? i know im stating the obvious but sometimes the obvious escapes us.
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This kinda problem is often caused by improperly adjusted clutch cables. You may think it is adjusted right based on the lever, but it is very unusual to wear a clutch out on a newer bike.
Unless you have been drag racing that clutch should last easily 30k miles even more.
If you are even a little unsure, about the adjusment, it would be MUCH cheaper to take it to Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited than to replace the clutch.
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This kinda problem is often caused by improperly adjusted clutch cables. You may think it is adjusted right based on the lever, but it is very unusual to wear a clutch out on a newer bike.
Unless you have been drag racing that clutch should last easily 30k miles even more.
If you are even a little unsure, about the adjusment, it would be MUCH cheaper to take it to Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited than to replace the clutch.
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Old 06-13-2009, 09:51 AM   #7
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03 with 14500+ miles i just got it, dont know how its been treated, but yea ill look at adjusting first !
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bikebandit had EBC for 140... plates and springs 70.00 for plates
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Old 06-13-2009, 03:40 PM   #10
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ok i road it to day seams to work fine maybe it just need the oil changed and warmed up!

i have not had a 600 in a wile so i may just not be use to the lack of power , lol,

but it seams to grab good now , pulls threw the exceleration so dont realy know but i think i may change it soon anyway .

i did call about the plates and they had the friction plates and springs but not the two special plates.

so it may be someting i have to order , and do in a couple weeks or so !

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