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May 9, 2003, 09:37 AM

Yo to all you knowledge peeps out on this board help a brother out! I am going to change the clutch on the R1 and I need to know is it going to be hard? How much do you think it costs? for what I think is wrong and also talking to Nick from Champions it looks like one of the plate's might gotton loose or stuck. Those damn burn outs can kill your clutch .

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May 30, 2003, 11:57 PM

They are easy to replace. Look over your shop manual to see how it goes together and comes apart. It's a 1 hour job. Make sure to soak your new fibers before installation. I typically soak them for 24 hours.
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