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Clutch I am a new member f N.Y. - Putting new clutch plates in 06 fzs 600 There are 3 types of friction plate. The first does not appear to have any marking. The second type (of which there are 7) is marked something like 4VY on one tab and 5 32 on the one next to it. Third type (1 of - last to go in) has similar markings to the 7. The manual states this is to go 180 out of phase. Do you line up the markings on the 7 plates and turn the final plate 180 so its marking is straight across the clutch basket from that on the

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Not much help, but there are some things you might want to check into. Yes the clutches are similar, but the 06LE had some problems with getting oil up and keeping the plates oiled. If you plan to keep the bike, I would check into finding an oil pickup kit or you will probably just burn up another clutch. I don't know were you get the kits, but I have seen a few of them installed at the track.

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