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Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs

$1.77 - $23.99

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Description See Also: 22 Reviews 6 Questions Fitment Part Numbers
Item #BTT0004

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22 Reviews
4.9 out of 5 stars
5 Star   20 4 Star   2 3 Star   0 2 Star   0 1 Star   0
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Rusty shacklefurg Verified Purchaser
2 months 28 days ago Florida
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5
Clutch slip gone

Installed on a YZ250. Was having issues with clutch slipping when hot on stock springs. Installed these and fixed the issue. I’m 205lbs and ride Florida soft sand mx tracks can’t get any worse than that.

Danger Verified Purchaser
2 years 8 months ago Mifflin, PA, USA
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Power5/5Style5/5
Good buy

These springs do there job. Nice pull with my asv short levers.

DougEBug Verified Purchaser
Over 3 years ago Portland, OR
Durability5/5Performance5/5
Still going strong!

Installed a Barnett clutch 3 years ago and it's been great since then! I ride a lot, so I'm kinda surprised it's still going strong!

Generallee Verified Purchaser
Over 3 years ago Seattle,Wa
Durability4/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Power5/5Style4/5
60+ HP TRX450er

My 450 has always been hard on clutches. It has 22 inch 8 paddle haulers with 14/39 gearing. It's on the third clutch and third set of springs. The second clutch springs were stiffer then stock but were not good enough. I would randomly get slippage in third and forth gear and go threw a clutch pack in about 15-20 hours. These springs are a HUGE difference from others I have used. I could tell as soon as I let the clutch out the first time. IF you have a Higher HP bike these are a must. I have not used them long enough to speak on their durability.

JMO140 Verified Purchaser Top 250
Over 5 years ago Madison, MS, USA
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Power5/5Style5/5
Best product

works great

ser53 Verified Purchaser
Over 6 years ago Spring, TX, USA
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Power5/5Style5/5
Best $30 I ever spent for a real performance gain

These clutch springs have got to be the best $30 I have ever spent on a bike. Much better clutch performance & longer clutch life. I no longer have to adjust my clutch cable when out riding. With the stock springs I had to make at least a couple clutch cable adjustments a day as the actuation point of the clutch would change. That hassle was totally eliminated with these springs. Clutch hooks up better as well. Clutch lever pull is only a tad stiffer. After running these springs I consider them a must have.

yamiguy8
Over 6 years ago NY
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Power5/5Style5/5
Improvement

Great clutch feel

ejiblits Verified Purchaser
Over 7 years ago
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Power5/5Style5/5
Better than stock

These springs were a huge improvement over stock. I could feel my friction zone much easier than oem springs.

Lparton
Over 7 years ago Woodward pa
Great purchase

Great product the springs are super stiff buy them

bobkyle2
Over 7 years ago Southern illinois
Great stuff

These springs are the best ive used... Very good quality ....Hands down best quality for the price.

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6 Questions
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Popcan
Q: Will these work on a rekluse exp 3.0 clutch for a 2006 crf250x.it says needs a heavy duty spring.i bought mine used with no clutch springs.
1 year 1 month ago
Tyler Gearhead
Top 25
1 year 1 month ago
A: No you will need to use Rekluse springs that i have linked below.

https://www.motosport.com/rekluse-core-exp-pressure-plate-spring
benny
Q: Yz85 Barnett kevlar clutch
Over 5 years ago
do the heavy duty springs come in the yz 85 Barnett clutch kit or are they a different part numer?
MotoSportGrantK
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago
A: Yes, the Barnett Clutch Kit for your 2008 Yamaha YZ85 will come with heavy duty clutch springs. You can find the Barnett Clutch Kit for your bike here: http://www.motosport.com/dirtbike/Barnett-Clutch-Kit
Jmac
Q: My clutch is engaging like extremly soon when letting out the lever. I cant even get my fingers inbetween the bar and the lever before it lets out
Over 5 years ago
MotoSportGrantK
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago
A: Unfortunately, It sounds like its time to replace the friction discs on your 2004 Honda CRF250R. I would recommend getting a new clutch kit for your bike which you can find here: http://www.motosport.com/search/?textsearch=Clutch+Kit¤trow=4
thegoodalekid
Q: Does the stiffness of the springs affect where the clutch grabs?
Over 5 years ago
i have a 2012 kx250f, the problem i am having is that the clutch doesn't engage until late when the clutch is almost totally out, and i was wondering if i put stiffer springs in it if it would change where it lets out.
MotoSportRyanT
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago
A: From what you are describing it sounds like your clutch is out of adjustment or you need to replace the clutch plates because they may be worn out. I don't believe that just switching to a heavy duty spring kit would fix your problem you are having there.
wildridejeeper
Q: I recently put tracks and skis on my DVX, and because it takes so much power to get them going im worried about ruining my clutch. Will these help?
Over 10 years ago
What else needs to possibly be replaced to improve clutch feel? Just the plates or the basket too?
DMATT41
Top 1000 Contributor
Over 10 years ago
A: These springs will prevent clutch slippage and will improve the life of you clutch. I would highly recommend getting these springs for your dvx. If I were you I would take your clutch out, inspect the plates and if they're worn or if you can just tell that your clutch just isn't what it used to be I would definitely buy new plates. I would go with the 'Driven Industries' plates. That's what I did, but Barnett clutch springs with driven industries plates and my clutch has unbelievably increase. I would only go with getting a new clutch basket if you burn through clutches all the time. But besides that it doesn't really improve the feel of your clutch all that much, if any at all.
shreck
Q: Do these spring make the clutch pull harder?
Over 11 years ago
MotoMoo1
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 11 years ago
A: The heavy duty springs will make it harder to pull the clutch lever and they will engage harder as well. Hope this helps.
Generallee
Over 11 years ago
A: They could make if feel that way but in reality it will just help the clutch from slipping as much. Some times clutches in bikes can be slipping without you even realizing it
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs 501-38-06118
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs 501-34-05122
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs 501-61-04079
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs 501-43-06024
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs 501-50-05055
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs 501-50-05053
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs 501-58-05037
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs 501-58-06037
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs 501-24-06047
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs 501-40-05039
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs 501-25-05043
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs 501-32-05049
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs MT-36-5
Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs 501-44-06135
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