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I.have a 99 zr 600 efi and I was wondering what's the difference between a yellow and white primary clutch spring?? Any info
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I.have a 99 zr 600 efi and I was wondering what's the difference between a yellow and white primary clutch spring?? Any info

what companies springs?? cat dose not make a yellow or white spring according to my book. They make a yellow spring with a white stripe on it. It is rated at 122-285 and would come stock in a 1999 zr600
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I didn't notice that it was white and yellow. Thanks for the info!!
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If you are looking for more "scream"/ torque out of your engine try putting in a green CAT spring. Watch the dots on the 3 piece clutch or it could be out of balance if the dots are not inline.
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not trying to thread jack, but by more "scream/torque" do you mean it will engage at a lower rpm? or high harder at a higher rpm? i'm trying to figure out clutch tuning on my zr600efi as well


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If you are looking for more "scream"/ torque out of your engine try putting in a green CAT spring. Watch the dots on the 3 piece clutch or it could be out of balance if the dots are not inline.
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