Replacing clutch plates 2008 M109R, should I go with hyper clutch or stock? It came with the hyper set but is it worth the 500 bucks to replace with same?
Mean cycle and revolution selling hyper clutch plate kits, there are more plates than stockI've neve reven heard of the Hyper clutch. Myself, if I were ever to replace the one in my 06 (not necessary at this time with 40,000 miles), I'd go with the clutch from the latter year Nines, 10 and up.
If I were you, I would read about the newer sixpack clutch here:Replacing clutch plates 2008 M109R, should I go with hyper clutch or stock? It came with the hyper set but is it worth the 500 bucks to replace with same?
Ok thanks, doesn't seem like too much dif for alot more cash.The later clutch has thinner plates allowing one more plate and the later springs are softer , allowing a lighter pull with the same approximate clamping force. The only thing gained is a lighter clutch pull.
I would appreciate that! Ballin on a budget brother!They hyper clutch is simply oem in a bag labeled hyper at revo. If you read the description on their own website, it will tell you that it’s all OEM plates for 2011-present. They sell it as a upgrade but it is not. I can give you a parts list of exactly what’s in there and it’ll save you probably $100.
Here is what you need. I use Oneidasuzuki.com. Best prices.I would appreciate that! Ballin on a budget brother!
Thanks a million!!!! Appreciate you taking the time.Here is what you need. I use Oneidasuzuki.com. Best prices.
qty (6) Part # - 21413-35F10 SPRINGS
qty (6) Part # - 21441-22H00 PLATE,CLUTCH DR
qty (5) Part # - 21451-22H00 PLATE,CLUTCH DR
qty (2) Part # - 21451-48G10 PLATE,CLUTCH DR
qty (1) Part # - 21441-48G40 PLATE,CLUTCH DR
qty (1) Part # - 21471-48G00 SEAT,WAVE WASHER
qty (1) Part # - 21472-48G10 WASHER,CLUTCH
Clutch cover gasket - qty 1 - 11482-48G00
If you need a pressure - plate - #11 DISC PRESSURE 21462-48G00
Right! I personally have run into three people locally, whose clutch had zero free-play. One of them was very tight, I had to loosen it several turns to get the proper free-play. He said afterward he didn't like it. I told him, if you keep it like you had it, you're either going to go through a lot of cables, or you're going to burn out the clutch inside the motor. Even adjusted properly, my 06 is on it's fourth cable at almost 40,000 miles.If you already have the upgraded 6 stack in the bike now (as you say in your 1st post), then inspect the clutch before you buy, you may not need to replace the steel plates if they are in good shape and within spec.
Keep in mind that the 5 & 6 stack plates are not interchangeable, so be sure you know exactly what you have now and exactly what you are buying as replacement parts.
Just curious, how many miles are on the bike?
If it is on its 2nd clutch now and you are looking to do a 3rd replacement, then it either has a ton of miles on it, or your clutch is not being adjusted properly.