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Old 12-28-2010, 11:44 AM   #1
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ZR 900 Clutch Question

Bought a 2005 ZR 900 last night. Last owner bought it used and didn't seem to know much about it. It has an aftermarket can (rumble pack), handlebar riser, and obviously had some clutch work done. He was unaware of any of this.

I am trying to figure out what exactly was done to the clutch. It appears to have a Black Diamond helix and rollers at least. It has a yellow spring in the secondary and purple in the primary. Pretty sure the secondary is 10".

Any ideas what I may have ended up with? Looked around and can't tell if BD offered more than one helix. If they offered some sort of kit for the zr9, it doesn't appear they have any info on their website on it.
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Old 12-28-2010, 01:55 PM   #2
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You've got a Dalton helix. The problem is that almost everyone uses Dalton helixes. It would help to know what weights and primary spring you have to track down the supplier of the kit.
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not sure i want to pull apart the primary any time soon. I don't beleive I've ever pulled one apart, so not really sure how involved that would be.

I would eventually like to figure out how it was set up. Maybe when the snow starts to melt. Three small kids and a heavy travel schedule means things that come a part don't always get put back together immediately.
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Took it for a quick spin down the street. It engages around 3500 RPM. Couldn't really get on it but this thing absolutly rips. First time on a sled with studs. Might have to do a bit of reading to see if I can adjust the suspension in an effort to keep the skis down a bit.

I'll have to wait until Thursday to get it out on the lake and what it'll do with a bit more runway.
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