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Need To Replace Clutch

Long story short is clutch spins. Revs high but no acceleration.

Replace with aftermarket clutch or stock?

Bike is 2013+ Daytona R...thanks in advance!

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Long story short is clutch spins. Revs high but no acceleration.

Replace with aftermarket clutch or stock?

Bike is 2013+ Daytona R...thanks in advance!
I do not have an opinion on aftermarket vs oem since I haven't replaced my clutch. However, have you checked to be sure the clutch is adjusted properly? Mine was slipping and that was the issue.
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As Kevin noted, lot of times you'd think clutch's gone, but it's not... Have a good look at the clutch cable, lubricate it properly, check to see that you have the correct slack at the lever, etc., etc. Do these first and then re-assess (might save you few bucks)...

If you do need to change, I'd go with EBC refurb kit. I've fitted one on my ZX9R (track bike) and have no issues at all.

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I used a Barnett kit.

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I’ve got a full clutch disc and plate kit I no longer need
Will give you a discount if you actually need to rebuild

Did you take it apart and measure?
Mine slipped like a ***** till I readjusted the clutch cable 3 times lol

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I used the Barnett kit too, worked perfectly. It comes with all steel and friction plates, except one which you reuse from the stock kit.

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I would stick with OEM personally. I replaced mine with an OEM stack. By changing the friction material you will change how the slipper clutch operates.



As said above, double check your slack after a ride and the bike is hot. Set the slack hot and its possible your slipping will go away.
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As said above, double check your slack after a ride and the bike is hot. Set the slack hot and its possible your slipping will go away.
This is how I set mine after experiencing slipping. Haven't had an issue since.
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Iíve got a full clutch disc and plate kit I no longer need
Will give you a discount if you actually need to rebuild

Did you take it apart and measure?
Mine slipped like a ***** till I readjusted the clutch cable 3 times lol

Good now
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