Question about 2006 Yamaha XT 125 X
Fist you need good air tools to break it loose.then lean bike over so you done loose oil. then buy a really good set of clutch plates dont go cheap and get a barnet racing set. get good after market springs for good launches off the line. you may not need the basket and you can clean up the ring, but the plates sound be new and all soaked in oil before installing.
when you install a racing clutch and have it all finished you will notice creep when starting to move this is normal. man when i put mine in i said i would never go back to stock..when i raced my hurricane at willow springs i beat everyclass 600 and 1000 off the line till fouth third gear..and the clutch made all the difference. good luck man and take you time clutch plates need to be put in exact.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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