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    2001 Honda CBR929RR Clutch

    2001 Honda CBR929RR
    Tire Size:
    Front: 120/70ZR17, Rear: 190/50ZR17
    Spark Plug:
    IUH27D
    Battery:
    YTZ10S
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    530x108
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 16T, Rear: 43T
    Oil Filter:
    KN-204
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    EBC Standard CK Series Clutch Kit Cork-based clutch material impregnated with aluminum particles to increase wear life and heat resistance Highly compressed construction avoids swell and cl
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    CK Clutch Spring Set
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    EBC CK Clutch Spring Set These are spiral wound springs using 4- 8 pieces per set made from heat treated high carbon steel and come in various shapes and sizes delivering differing spring tensions
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    Barnett Clutch Spring Clutch Spring Set from Barnett **Note: bike specific, item may vary from image.
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    Performance Clutch Kit
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    Barnett Performance Clutch Kit Kit includes proper number of friction plates, steel plates and springs  **Note: Ducati's and Kawasaki ZX-14 kits do not include springs Suzuki Intruder 1400/S83 do

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    B. Hammerle (Ambridge, PA)

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    overall

    Soaked in oil with New Friction plates. Installed new sleeve with plates, springs, new filter and cover gasket.

    giovanni (newcastle, TWR)

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    fitted to 02 R6

    I like how the steels have pin marks instead of the original flat surface- they just looked like they'll give more grip. The friction plates are lighter than stock too so can't be a bad thing for internal forces. I expected the springs to be firmer but they do the job fine. The install was straight forward. Nice feel from the lever. The whole bike just feels more alive and punchier. Front wants to lift a lot more in first and second.

    Cameron (Dalton, GA)

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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.

    scott (Huntington, WV)

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    clutch spring

    They're awesome. A whole lot stronger then what I had in the bike. I could push the old one together, with these I can barely move them!!!! You cant go wrong!!!

    scott (Huntington, WV)

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    clutch

    Fit an work great!!!! Fast shipping!!!! Just dont forget the gasket or steel plates(i used barrnet plates).

    Michael (Ofallon, MO)

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    EBC clutch springs

    Changed from stock springs as part of a precautionary friction disk change. Didn't really notice a big difference from stock but did get the hole shot during my last 250 race. Coincidence? Who knows?

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