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2003 gsx-r600 clutch kit
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2003 gsx-r600 clutch kit - April 6, 2010, 08:15 PM

So I noticed on the last ride that I cannot shift through my gears with the clutch in and he motor off. Also, I have some problems getting down through the gears when coming to stops, sometimes I have to let the clutch out alittle. I think that I need a new clutch. The bike has 25,565 miles and I don't know when the last clutch was put in. I was thinking of an eBay barrnett Kevlar clutch kit, I think I only need the kit. I have never changed the clutch on a motorcycle, I have good mechanical skills on cars and jets,built a 460hp Honda delsol and worked on F/A18E superhornets for five years, I am just wondering what knowledge on clutch kits or other fixes you guys have to offer.

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April 6, 2010, 10:24 PM

it's easy to do. I recommend the kit from EBC here:http://www.ebcbrakes.com/motorcycle_...es/index.shtml

get the parts and shoot me a pm. Might be working on some bikes in a garage in the Herndon area the day you decide to install it, stop on by.

P.S.- I have a soft spot for Hornet jockeys and their crews. Good people.

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April 6, 2010, 10:36 PM

I'm partial to OE Suzuki clutches... I didn't like the Barnett kit I installed in my '95 750, went back to stock and was much happier.

Before you tear into the clutch make sure your secondary clutch adjustment on the clutch push rod is adjusted correctly.

Love the one you've got...
Cause you might get run over, or you might get shot.
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