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post #1 of 60 Old 07-18-2013, 03:30 PM Thread Starter
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I'm taking the jump...

From a wet clutch to a dry clutch!

Just thought i'd let everyone know what ideas pop in my head that I decide to go with for whatever reason.

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why the hell would you spend money to do that?
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why the hell would you spend money to do that?

Why not? You show me another zx6r with it... or jap bike for that matter.

I like the sound and shit its a track bike so i say why the hell not.

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I wouldn't call a bike that was bought, stripped down, and being thrown back into a discombobulated state a "track bike." Would help if it and its rider had hit a track once or twice.

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Awh that hurts. I've only been riding for 6 years... How is it a mess of a bike though?

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What does years of experience have to do with anything?


Anyway, nevermind. Not my place, and I don't care enough. Carry on.

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What does years of experience have to do with anything?


Anyway, nevermind. Not my place, and I don't care enough. Carry on.
I understand what your getting at I do. And that will all be critiqued through race school.

I just have a preference on a clutch and clutch idea. My gsxr 600 a few years back I did track days on had a dry efm clutch (injuries made me have to go with it) but none the less I understand how to build along with have some track experience

I'm not completely ignorant to the bike realm.

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what are the advantages of a dry vs wet clutch?
Think use a hydrolic clutch clutch lever and are much easier to pull and the plates stay cooler other that I dunno lol. But whatever sean its your bike and money do what you will.
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So you are doing this on the 04?, Why not throw a slipper in there and call it a day. Or spend the money on suspension
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So you are doing this on the 04?, Why not throw a slipper in there and call it a day. Or spend the money on suspension
I have an RR it has a slipper. And I have suspension both a penske 8790 and a virtually brand new 05 rear shock.

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Sell the stock shock if you have a triple clicker already...

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