Thanks mate, I've done it that way. Going to test it out next Wednesday at the drags, can't wait.Pretty sure you Start with a fibre and end with one. So fibre - ZX10 Steel - Fibre - Steel - and so on. Take a fibre out mid pack if needed. I measured my stack before re-assembling and needed to take the extra fibre out as it was too tall. This was on my 2001 gsxr.
Made a huge difference. Taking it to a TNT tonight to test on the strip.
Haven't been to the track to give it a proper test but just rode it around the block a few times it feels really good. Smooth and able to slip it more easily, not grabby or shuddering like it was before.Howd you go with the clutch?
Just joined to say THANK YOU to everyone who posted pictures, part numbers, and testimonials in this thread. :cheers
My wife's '01 GSXR1000 was showing all of the crappy problems starting from a stop discussed here.
Using the info in this thread I bought the ZX-10R plate and the thin steels to try and fix her bike. Worked out perfectly.
There was a very slight change in the stack height, maybe 5/64", with the new steels installed, but it required ZERO clutch adjustments to work. One thing I did notice was the previous mechanic did not install the last fiber plate like the manual wanted. It was installed in the housing exactly the same as all the other fibers. Not sure if it effected the clutch at all, just a mental note made during disassemble.
Thanks again everyone. Now I won't feel dread when I have to take her bike out for a ride and I won't look like it's my first time taking off from a stop anymore.