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    Clutch friction plate tip

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    I'm looking at Terry finding these now for less than a tenner a set ; )

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    No luck yet Mark, but thought this could interest you URL: Only registered members can view URLs.
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    Are they a straight fit. Ive got a full set i removed from the fighter

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    Yes the Suzuki frictions are a straight fit, but the steels have one more tooth on them so they can't be used.

    If you look at the first post on this thread, there's a picture of a Ducati friction plate sitting on top of a Suzuki friction plate - URL: Only registered members can view URLs.

    I've also been reading about people putting lithium grease on the friction plates (oem and Suzuki), and haven't seen a negative comment about it.
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    What's the idea behind the grease Mark ?

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    It cures a grabby graunchy clutch.

    Here's a couple of threads on the subject..

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    Fitting an open clutch cover cured my grabby graunchy clutch.
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    I did the grease thing last year and the clutch was fine afterwards. Infact it still is . Got a spare set of plates here for when i need them but was going to do the suzuki plates after that.
    Also i ditched the slipper and havn't regretted it, on track or road is no problem, just learn to us the clutch more as a result, which isn't a bad thing as you do take liberyties with a slipper.

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    I take liberties with mine Doogs. It gets battered

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    What grease is used & is it just a smearing over the frictions ?

 

 
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