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The latest Aramid fiber-lined clutches from EBC for sportbikes and racers. Street Racer Clutch Kits are matched and measured to provide the perfect rebuild and come complete with 15% uprated heavy-duty clutch springs.
Friction plates are lined with an Aramid fiber-impregnated lining that grips better and lasts longer than standard cork based plates.
Ideal for heavy sportbikes, faster riders and production-based race use.
Longer life and higher heat resistance.
This clutch has a more aggressive / faster take up than the CK cork series.
EBC clutch plates contain Aramid fibers, these are man-made high performance fibers, used widely for their light weight, high strength, abrasion resistance and thermal stability. They are used as reinforcements in ballistic protection (bullet-proof helmets and vests, vehicle armor), cut-resistant gloves, aircraft and marine structural parts, power transmission belts and of course friction products where their high strength to weight, thermal stability and abrasion resistance provide advantages over cheaper steel fiber based products.
I have a 89 model gsx600f not katana model will this kit fit this bike??
Top 1 Contributor
Over 9 months ago
We do not have a 1989 Suzuki GSX600F bike on our website since that is not a US model. You will need to see if your clutch parts interchange with a US model of bike that you can profile on our website.
I'm lost because the question above, how do I know what kit I need?
I have a zx750 P5, the clutch slips on hard exceleration. It slips between 4-7000 RPM, it can be from taking off or passing. I was told by a kawasaki dealer that it could be the springs and/or the clutch, but how do I know if I need a complete kit or just the clutch and springs? Why would you need the other plates? I wanted to get this kit but not sure why the other kits have more parts.
Top 10 ContributorExpertTop 1 ContributorMotoSport Staff
1 year 5 months ago
I would recommend replacing the friction and steel plates along with the springs. It sounds like your bike is ready for a new kit. You might be able to get by with just replacing just the springs and friction plates, but if you haven't replaced the steel plates in a while you are better off doing everything all at once.