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FAQ ID # 332
Last Update : 2012/12/08
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Question / Issue
What is the clutch stack height for an 01-04 GSX-R1000 when I remove a plate to make 8 steels and 8 fibers? I installed a clutch cushion for the back dated clutch on my 06 and have some OEM thick, thin steels, and fibers.

Answer / Solution

In general, the instructions below use no more than 2 thicks and 2 thins of each when the free play of the cable clutch is properly adjusted as in the instructions below to prevent creep (FAQ 111 link below).  This has been the best advice.  Our Clutch Cushion Kit static pressure is more than enough for the stack height to not have an effect on clutch life, so we don’t document or quote measured stack height.  Since we don't know if you have a cable clutch, this is our best advice to you.  


Related Links
GSX-R1000 Clutch Cushion Kit Assembly Instructions / Drawing
GSX-R1000 / 600 Clutch Free Play Adjustment Instructions

Related FAQs
I've ordered and installed your clutch cushion mod for the 01-04 GSX-R1000. Would it defeat the purpose if I put the cushion in but left the stock springs in? With all 5 of the HD springs in the clutch lever it is very difficult to pull in, especially in traffic. Im not that big of a guy, at only 130lbs fully suited.
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