EBC SRC Race/Sport Kevlar Series Clutch Kit

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EBC SRC Race/Sport Kevlar Series Clutch Kit
  • Kevlar paper-lined plate set, complete with heavy duty clutch springs
  • For use in heavy sport bikes and production based race bikes
  • SRC kits have longer plate life and high heat resistance
  • SRC kits have a more aggressive/faster clutch takeup than CK kits
  • Not for use with full synthetic oil
**Notes: 97-00 GSXR600, 96-99 GSXR750, 89-98 GSXR1100 and 99-03R1 models do not include springs.

**Notes: Item is bike specific, may vary from image.
  • Item # 26265
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Kawasaki Models

  • Ninja ZX-9R : 1998–1999
  • Z1000 : 2003–2006

KTM Models

  • 1190 RC8 : 2009

Suzuki Models

  • GSX-R600 : 2001–2005

Yamaha Models

  • YZF-R1 : 2007–2008

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EBC Clutch

It seemed great at first and was easy to install. It also fit perfect but haven't had this product a year and its making a rattling noise so time to replace again. Doesn't last long enough.

Cameron - August 17, 2014

(Dalton, GA)

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Great Clutch

This kit is the best deal I could find. Price was unbeatable. Does not include steels, but if you have bad steels, you probably know it because of the way you ride. Springs are noticeably larger, and this makes it quite stiff. Great performing kit, great lock up and holding power!

Chris - April 19, 2014

(Alamogordo, NM)

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Kevlar Clutch Kit

'99 ZX9R. I use new OEM Kawasaki steel plates. Running full synthetic Castrol Power RS oil with no problems with 17,000+ miles on the clutch. Good pull and positive engagement, no slippage. EBC does not recommend synthetic oils in their clutch kits, however EBC Tech Support says a "motorcycle-specific oil" with a JASO MA2 rating is fine. That limits you to Castrol, Silkolene, the top of the line Elf and top of the line Repsol synthetics. Do not use Automotive or car oils.

Jim - February 23, 2012

(Los Angeles, CA)

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EBC Kevlar Clutches

The hardest part about changing the clutches was getting the clutch cover\ gasket off. As far as replacing the clutches, real easy. The clutch is stiffer with the heavy springs and it locks up good when I release the clutch under high revs..

Mike - September 30, 2011

(Caledonia, MS)

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ebc src race sport kevlar series clutch

I found the quality very good and very easy to install.

kevin - June 13, 2011

(asheboro, NC)

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Clutch

I purchased this clutch because it was very well priced at $85 and also it is an EBC kevlar clutch! So for the money you couldn't find a better deal! My mechanic put this on my bike for me, and he did not say anything about it being a difficult installation or fit so I assume that no news is good news. I really loved the feel of my clutch when I got it back! The clutch pull was really tight and it grabbed great! The only complaint I might have is shortly after (about 1000 miles) it seems like the spring has weakened GREATLY and my clutch does not grab nearly as well. I don't know if this is normal or not just giving my honest feedback. Otherwise then that it works great and I love it! Would recommend to anyone! Also does not come with steel plates, as long as you rough up your old ones you can most of the time re-use them.

Mike - November 16, 2010

(Festus, MO)

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EBC SRC Race Sport Kevlar Series Clutch Kit

This is a great clutch kit at a great value. I would highly recommend this product to other people. As long as you know what you are doing in installing a clutch, no problems!!!

Chris - August 11, 2010

(Welland, ON)

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what? no steels?

There were no steel plates, so I had to re use my old ones. Typically the first and last discs have a smaller contact patch. All the discs were the same. Other than that, there was no problem.

dummas - July 20, 2010

(rathdrum, ID)