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bought my XX used and I was wondering how the clutch plates looked . someone had been in there before and replaced all the plates . so that was good . I did however remove and replace the first in fiber plate with one with a wider face which means I also removed the jutter spring/rings . did you know that the ltz400 uses the same fiber plates ,,as well does the trx450r.

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My original 700xx clutch is still in great shape. My 2nd 700xx came with new clutch plates, fibers, and heavy-duty springs. I haven't installed them yet, as the other is still working okay.

I've herd of the 450r trick of removing the jutter spring, but could you explain more about the process and benefits.

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The judder spring is ''supposed'' to allow for smoother engagement/operation of the clutch.
yeah ....ok....im hard pressed to feel it . the jutter spring clutch plate has a much smaller fiber facing . to me that puts a component into the clutch pack that will that will slip under load.

I have no idea what springs I have , there is some paint on the springs I would call it orangepink .

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there might be a stronger spring ,its from a early model cr500 . i'll investigate to find out if its true

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Just asking, but why would anyone want a stronger spring? I think the clutch is really hard to pull compared to say, a LTZ-400.

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Well then you would think my LTZ has a crazy hard pull. I m using springs from a trx400ex . The ex uses 5 springs the ltz uses 6. It's a much harder pull, all to compress the clutch pack even harder

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My ltz is putting out close to 60 hp........yeah the stock clutch won't handle that much power

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