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Clutch Questions - September 23, 2007, 10:57 AM

I think I need to replace my clutch on my SV1000. I'm looking at this site for parts. http://store.58cycle.com/product_p/b...v1%2003-04.htm my question is, Do I just need this particular kit, or do I need anything else to replace it?


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September 23, 2007, 11:00 AM

Go with OEM bro.. - that kit you posted doesn't include the steels.

Give Brad at mrcycles.com a call and have him look it up for you. Tell him Nick (AnonymousR1)sent you..he'll take care of ya!


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September 23, 2007, 01:25 PM

Why OEM? Get the fibers from Barnett works just fine. Also make sure you can still use your oem steel plates. Sometimes with after market friction plates you need to use thier steels cause of different plate thicnkess. Also look into Barnett springs. Don't forget a gasket also for the clutch cover. If you can and do use your stock steel plates check for flatness and dicoloration of the plates. Either sign and you will need new ones. Been using Barrnett clutches for years and never had a problem!


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September 23, 2007, 02:05 PM

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I think I need to replace my clutch on my SV1000. I'm looking at this site for parts. http://store.58cycle.com/product_p/b...v1%2003-04.htm my question is, Do I just need this particular kit, or do I need anything else to replace it?


why do you think you need to replace it? Clutches will easily go 50-60k without needing to be replaced. This assumes it was not abused however.


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September 23, 2007, 03:41 PM

It's not quite grabbing when I downshift. Usually when I down shift from a high RPM, it "locks" the rear up for a sec. It was making a funky noise when downshifting, and I was having a hard time getting it into second gear. It also has a "light" feeling under hard acceleration like its not putting all the power to the wheel.

Thats the best description I can think of.


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