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I want to put in a new clutch on my 2003 bandit 600

I have never done one before and need a bit of hellp so i dont mess it up i want to do it myself so that i dont have to pay a fortune out to have someone else to do it for me

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  • bronzie1986 Jun 16, 2009

    no it slips in every gear and you can smell it burning plus my bike has done 50891 miles



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Why are you putting a new clutch in it? Are you doing it because you think it has a lot of time on it and it might be worn?

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  • jmegashiftst Jun 17, 2009

    I would recommend getting a Clymer service manual. They do very well in breaking the assembly and disassembly down into steps with various pictures to help you along the way. You won't find one for the 2003 model but there is one for up to model year 2000, and I believe the bandit did not change much from 2000 to 2003. So it should be able to help with the most of the process. And it is only like 25-35 dollars to purchase. Another option is heading to your local Suzuki service dealer and asking if you can take a look at their OEM service manual. Most will let you glance at it and write down some important torque specs and what not, some will even let you photo-copy a few pages for reference. It helps to talk to the parts guy sometimes, if he knows your spending the money to buy the parts there, he may be a little more willing to help rather than the service department that knows your not interested in spending the money with them to have the bike worked on. Good luck.

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