Haven't ridden my bike yet
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Only have about 2 hours on it, but it works good and clutch pull feels good. I also add the GYTR flywheel weight and that thing really took a load off the clutch.
Love the feel of this clutch
We bought this because our clutch was making noise put this Barnett clutch in and it fix the issues now we're back on the road thank goodness
You can't go wrong with this product . Quality as always .A little pricey but worth it.
Great clutch for the price highly recommended! I have had a few of the kits and there great everytime. I am very hard on the clutch i race motocross and the barnett clutch kit holds up to the abuse
Grabs in strong and smood gear shifting i havent really get to test it all way but my 400kfx feels way better fun to ride...thanks i ll be coming in for more parts
This clutch fit as it was supposed to, works like it is supposed to, and according to my father who has run this clutch in his KTM 520 for years this clutch lasts. This is what I would expect from Barnett. The orange clutch springs are a nice touch even though they are covered by the clutch cover.
qucik and easy installation. durable and nice
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Question asked by Ctcdeezul
Question:Q: For the Raptor 700 application, does this set come with FULL sized fiber plates or is there the one HALF size?Question asked Over 6 months ago
Question answered by Trevor GearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 6 months agoAnswer: A: These are designed to be an OEM replacement.
Question asked by Luke
Question:Q: How many clutch plates and steel plates does this kit come with exactly? I have a 6 speed transmission so I need more than stock.Question asked 1 year 5 months ago
Question asked by ktm324
Question:Q: For KTMs that run the bellville washer for a spring...does this kit come with a new bellville.Question asked 2 years 8 months ago
Question asked by Michael
Question:Q: Plate types for 2004 CR250?Question asked 2 years 9 months agoJust bought this kit for my 2004 CR250 and waiting for it in the mail. When Ive bought the OEM kit in the past, there were 2 plates that were thicker and made of a different metal than the other 5 plates. I believe they are the 3rd and 4th plates from the outside of the basket and have to be placed in that order. Is this Barnett kit the same or are all the plates the same thickness and metal type?
Question asked by Hulk
Question:Q: I own a 92 lt250r Quadracer and I recently purchased Barnette clutches for it. I am having a hard time finding a clutch basket. PLEASE HELP!!Question asked 2 years 11 months ago
Question asked by rockman56
Question:Q: Cr125 power lossQuestion asked Over 4 years agoI have a 2006 cr125r. It has been running great since I got it, haven't ridden it since July then I rode it 3 weeks ago, it feels like it wants to go it revs real high but when you let the clutch out it barely goes! I'm wondering, could it be the plates slipping? Could it be the jetting, since it is colder now than it was in July, now it is typically 5 degrees celciious not 30-40. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: It could be many different things, its hard to say without inspecting the bike. Did it sit with gas in it? I would first clean the carb and check the jets to make sure they are not clogged.
Question asked by keef
Question:Q: Does this clutch kit fit the ktm 525 engine that is in a 2008 polaris outlaw? And are any special tools necessary to install at homeQuestion asked Over 5 years ago
Question answered by JohnnyB128User's contributor status: Top 100 ContributorQuestion answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: A: Not sure about fitment but if it was listed for your ride you should be good. No special tools needed if you are just replacing plates and springs. Remove outer clutch cover, remove spring bolts and pressure plate and you have access to the plates.
Question answered by MotoSportRyanTUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: A: This particular Barnett Clutch kit is not made to fit your '08 Polaris Outlaw 525. From what I can find we would only carry the OEM replacement clutch for that model.
Question asked by TheBlueTeam
Question:Q: Are this kits springs stiffer than stock?Question asked Over 6 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: Yes, the Barnett springs are a stiffer spring than the OEM springs.
Question answered by bangUser's contributor status: Top 50Question answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: yes they are. they will outlast OEM springs as well.
Question asked by rnarne
Question:Q: I have a ktm duke200 2012 model can u kindly guide me for selecting a proper kit of friction and pressure plates along with stiffer springsQuestion asked Over 6 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: Unfortunately with the Duke 200 not being a US model also, I do not have the information for this bike in our parts database. This means that I am unable to even cross reference what parts are used for the clutch in this model. I apologize for any inconvenience but for this model you will need to contact a local KTM dealership for the proper parts.
Question asked by John65
Question:Q: Have ktm 65sx bike jumps forward with lever pulled in when in gearar and runningQuestion asked Over 6 years agoWhat is wrong
Question answered by EgonzUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: You could have a couple simple issues. Number 1 - when your bike is cold it is normal for this to happen. I would suggest letting the bike warm up fully before engaging the clutch and popping it into gear. Number 2 - , heavier weight oils will also cause this. Make sure you use what the manufacturer recommends. Many folks use Motorcycle $ stroke 10w-40 and that works well but requires you to change it more often. Number 3 - your clutch cable could need to be adjusted. You should have some play in your clutch lever and it should never be tight. If the cable is adjusted out as far as it can go because that is the only way that the clutch works then your cable is probably stretched and needs replacing. Number 4 - your clutch plates are sticking together because they are about worn out. If the bike didn't use to do this and is now doing it then mostly that may be the case. Replace the clutch plates and readjust your cable.
Good luck. Hope that helps.
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: You are either having an issue with the hydraulic clutch not being able to disengage the clutch fully, or the clutch basket has worn out and will not let the plates slide freely to disengage. I would try to bleed the hydraulic clutch which would be explained in your service manual or by the local KTM service shop. If that doesn't fix it you will need to tear the clutch cover off and inspect the clutch itself for worn or damaged parts.