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    Today I noticed some noise coming from my primary so I took the cover off to check things out and noticed the clutch basket has some wobble to it and the nut is tight and everything I've read on it is leading to the bearing on the back side so it is all going to have to come apart. So its one of those while it is apart I might as well upgrade! It's a ported 1250 that is gping to get cams this winter so the clutch may as well go with that. I got a good ribeye budget not quite a filet budget but you get the idea. This will be my first clutch job so what will give me the best bang for my buck?

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    Extra Plate Clutch Kit- Carbon Fiber
    Part# 307-30-20011
    Consists of nine friction plates and eight steel drive plates
    Adds 12% more surface area to clutch pack
    Notes:
    This kit eliminates the stock riveted steel plate.


    Price:$194.37 ea

    I'm running one of these in my 92 ...



    Greatly increases clutch capacity
    Provides smoother shifting, more progressive engagement
    Multiple spring pressure options
    Includes steel hub, billet pressure plate, clutch plates, and multiple coil spring sets
    Designed to fit the stock type basket
    Ideal for stock to high performance applications
    Part# Description ACTIONS
    607-30-10091 1991 & later 5-Speed EVO Sportster, Buell (1991-02)- $569.80
    Last edited by Dragstews; 08-13-2018 at 6:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
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    Extra Plate Clutch Kit- Carbon Fiber
    Part# 307-30-20011
    Consists of nine friction plates and eight steel drive plates
    Adds 12% more surface area to clutch pack
    Notes:
    This kit eliminates the stock riveted steel plate.


    Price:$194.37 ea

    I'm running one of these in my 92 ...



    Greatly increases clutch capacity
    Provides smoother shifting, more progressive engagement
    Multiple spring pressure options
    Includes steel hub, billet pressure plate, clutch plates, and multiple coil spring sets
    Designed to fit the stock type basket
    Ideal for stock to high performance applications
    Part# Description ACTIONS
    607-30-10091 1991 & later 5-Speed EVO Sportster, Buell (1991-02)- $569.80
    Ok so if I went with the latter I would re-use my stock basket and just replace the bearing on the back side correct? I'm gonna pull the whole clutch assembly. The play either has to be in that bearing or the shaft that it is on.
    Last edited by metalheart28; 08-13-2018 at 6:59 PM.

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    Ok I see that the bearing in the clutch basket is pressed in in the inside and held with a snap ring. Going to finish taking the clutch off tomorrow.

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    I ended up going with the first clutch pack you had shown and a new couch hub bearimg and clips an Upgrade from what is in there and wasn't too expensive so I could buy some other stuff. I found a broken shift pawl spring in there so that has been rattling around in there for who knows how long. Now if it would just get here so I can put it back together and get in the wind!

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalheart28 View Post
    Today I noticed some noise coming from my primary so I took the cover off to check things out and noticed the clutch basket has some wobble to it and the nut is tight and everything I've read on it is leading to the bearing on the back side so it is all going to have to come apart. So its one of those while it is apart I might as well upgrade! It's a ported 1250 that is gping to get cams this winter so the clutch may as well go with that. I got a good ribeye budget not quite a filet budget but you get the idea. This will be my first clutch job so what will give me the best bang for my buck?
    4 or 5 speed? IIRC the 4 speeds had the alternator in the clutch hub, and there's a bearing that can be problematic... if it's a 4 speed, might wanna check that

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    It's a 94 1200cc Scoot...

    Thank the Harley Gods it's not the L84 to 90 4-speed ... !!
    (One of Harley's red headed stepchild's ...)

    I think they should have took the engineer that thought up that set-up out back and gave him ten lashes with the cat of nine tails.....



    .../// https://youtu.be/rxmn8Hflhhs \\\...
    Last edited by Dragstews; 10-19-2018 at 8:46 PM.

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