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Old 11-07-2012, 02:21 PM   #1
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Dry Clutch Plates

surface smooth no profile / pattern ... bag with genuine part no. Suzuki
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Ok.
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Old 11-07-2012, 02:29 PM   #3
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Re: Dry Clutch Plates

now these ... bag says Suzuki Racing Parts

block profile / pattern

more like " normal " wet clutch plates

for what ?!

one German friend writes" " I have these for my 1989 RR/RK kit "

another writes: " the smooth no pattern ones are for racing purposes, the others with pattern are for the street version "

So all mixed up " confused " now ...

(Who)ot, Jeff, Henrik, Yves, Dave(s), anybody else has the answer ?

Thanks !
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Old 11-07-2012, 02:46 PM   #4
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Re: Dry Clutch Plates

the block patern are the friction plates my works xro9 dry clutch as in used in wsb so make of that wot you will...i think the plane surface are the road spec friction plates.



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Old 11-07-2012, 03:05 PM   #5
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friction plate ...
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Old 11-07-2012, 03:14 PM   #6
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steel plate ...
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Old 11-07-2012, 04:02 PM   #7
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the block patern are the friction plates my works xro9 dry clutch as in used in wsb so make of that wot you will...i think the plane surface are the road spec friction plates.


nice stuff thanks for your contribution m8 ...
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Old 11-07-2012, 06:58 PM   #8
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no pattern =racing
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Old 11-07-2012, 07:10 PM   #9
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So Hans, are those for a water cooled dry clutch bike then?
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Old 11-08-2012, 05:11 AM   #10
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So Hans, are those for a water cooled dry clutch bike then?
they fit 1986 clutch exactly ... these came with a Limited Edition from Germany and had been there for years (since last century)

Maybe those days somebody managed to have these refurbished (without tellings us where and how)

We should check it out with the former owner ...

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Re: Dry Clutch Plates

send to me all parts you have for dry clutches i will check (when i have time) for you
just for you
just for freee !!!!

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Old 11-08-2012, 11:08 AM   #12
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send to me all parts you have for dry clutches i will check (when i have time) for you
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Old 11-08-2012, 01:02 PM   #13
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Very interesting... I will stay tuned
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Old 11-08-2012, 01:14 PM   #14
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Ditto.

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Old 11-09-2012, 10:11 PM   #15
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the same plates can be used fron 1986 LTD to 2002 superbike clutch,,,my Srad and 2001 dry clutches used the same dry clutch plates,,,
obviously the early Srad dry clutches used more plates,,
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the same plates can be used fron 1986 LTD to 2002 superbike clutch,,,my Srad and 2001 dry clutches used the same dry clutch plates,,,
obviously the early Srad dry clutches used more plates,,
Really?... I knew there was a WC dry clutch but I thought it had a bigger diameter basket and more teeth than ours. It surprises me that with clutch plates for the superbike being so recent that the supply has dried up.
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Old 11-10-2012, 08:37 AM   #17
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well all my dry clutches from all the 0nes from my oil cooled bikes,,to my Srad Yosh superbike,,to my 2001 superbike dry clutch..all use the same plates...actually the KIT dry clutch plates which were pretty much the same were still available for many years,,as the teams threw them away every week end,,,i remember getting about 30 complete sets of plates from one team,,they all looked new still since they only ran a couple times in a week end,,,BUT,,i threw a lot of them away when i stopped playing with the old bikes,,,,and gave some to friends with LTD's as spares,,and trade some for nick nakcs,,,i kept about 6 or 7 sets,,,but i sure wish i would have kept them all,,,
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Re: Dry Clutch Plates

the xro dry clutch uses different plates to the ero set up,the xro plates are lager then the ero ones,the xro clutch is bigger you can put an ero clutch in the xro mag casing but not an xro one in the ero mag casing wont fit,this was done so as to xro clutches not getting used by kitted ero bikes,i know to a shed load of the xro plates,but only any good for xro set up,the xrc works clutch may use ero plates??

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well all my dry clutches from all the 0nes from my oil cooled bikes,,to my Srad Yosh superbike,,to my 2001 superbike dry clutch..all use the same plates...actually the KIT dry clutch plates which were pretty much the same were still available for many years,,as the teams threw them away every week end,,,i remember getting about 30 complete sets of plates from one team,,they all looked new still since they only ran a couple times in a week end,,,BUT,,i threw a lot of them away when i stopped playing with the old bikes,,,,and gave some to friends with LTD's as spares,,and trade some for nick nakcs,,,i kept about 6 or 7 sets,,,but i sure wish i would have kept them all,,,
Yup, that sounds familiar. It's a bit like the story of factory exhausts. Heavy and too quiet/restrictive back in the day and now worth a bunch of money. I have two sets of plates for my LTD. One completely new in the bike now, never been used and a spare set of rubbish plates.

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the xro dry clutch uses different plates to the ero set up,the xro plates are lager then the ero ones,the xro clutch is bigger you can put an ero clutch in the xro mag casing but not an xro one in the ero mag casing wont fit,this was done so as to xro clutches not getting used by kitted ero bikes,i know to a shed load of the xro plates,but only any good for xro set up,the xrc works clutch may use ero plates??
Those must have been the plates I was thinking of. Larger that our LTD plates.
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Yup, that sounds familiar. It's a bit like the story of factory exhausts. Heavy and too quiet/restrictive back in the day and now worth a bunch of money. I have two sets of plates for my LTD. One completely new in the bike now, never been used and a spare set of rubbish plates.



Those must have been the plates I was thinking of. Larger that our LTD plates.
Some piles of plates I've seen ... just slightly smaller but non fitting were for RG trackbikes ...

For Germany was confirmed now:

smooth = street

pattern = racetrack
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