It has a EPI red spring and around 50 gram weights. Stock is yellow/white with 48 gram weights. This was on a 98ZR600 but the crank blew just after putting it on. I can check the weights for an exact number but even with the motor going sour it sill made a big difference over the stock set up and worn out clutch. I was going to keep it for my 2000ZR600 but mine only has about 1000 on the clutch and with the seasons we've been having mine won't need to be replaced for 4-5 more years anyways. I can send pics if you want.what weights and spring?[/b]
Agree cheaper to replace than rebuild BUT check the bushings and bolts on the cam arms first.My younger sister has started riding my old ZR. Noticed the primary is starting to get noisy. Assume it is pretty well shot and cheaper to replace then rebuild. Where is the best place to pick up a new one. Thanks.[/b]
Weights are not notched and I believe they are 52 grams with a red EPI spring (145-300). The stock yellow secondary spring is fine to use but you'll want around a 56-44 helix to get the most out of this set-up. I didn't have a asking price as this wasn't a for sale thread by myself but I'm looking to get the most out of this as I can.Do you still have this clutch if you do and he is not interested I may want it did you have the stock secondary spring and helix set up with it and are the weights notched or not?