http://www.ebcbrakes.com/mb-clutches.htmlEBC Standard CK Series
Complete Engine sets of STACK HEIGHT CONTROLLED friction plates featuring the EBC unique alloy particle impregnated clutch facings that prevent burn up or slippage. EVERY CK kit is matched and measured to give you a perfect stack height. NEVER try to fit individual plates is the EBC recommendation.
Drive case OIL is extremely important and riders should never use ATF (Automatic transmission fluid) which has been tried in the past to reduce oil drag and gain half a horsepower.
It does reduce drag and it does give you a tiny HP gain but it RUINS your clutch in minutes. ALWAYS use the bike manufacturers oil and FILL TO THE RIGHT LEVEL, another not so clever trick used to gain a tiny power increase is to reduce the oil level in the drivecase, Oils must COOL the clutch as well as lubricate it, never cut corners here and NEVER put additives of any sort in drivecase oil which cause plates to stick and glaze, invalidating your warranty and ruining your clutch.
Bigger issue is whether or not you want to order from SV RaceShop (not to be confused with the awesome sv-racing-parts).
It's more the other way around. SVRacshop.com was registered in Jan, 2005 and svracingparts was registered nearly two years later in 2007. Nothing against SV Racing parts just keeping the facts straight. I've ordered stuff from them and from other under the Motospecialties umbrella when i had my ZR-7. They is good peoples.. or they was to me anywayThat seems a little cheeky to me that they have chosen a domain name to close to SV Racing Parts. That issue notwithstanding, has anyone used any EBC clutch parts or is there a "preferred" clutch kit for the G1?
Like previously stated, SVRS was around long before SVRP.That seems a little cheeky to me that they have chosen a domain name to close to SV Racing Parts.
Anybody?...has anyone used any EBC clutch parts or is there a "preferred" clutch kit for the G1?
quicker and/or smoother response compared to the stock? I've had nothing but great from their rotors and brakes, but no idea on clutch.I put an EBC clutch in my 2000 and had it in for about a month or so before I put it in storage and I had no issues with it.