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clutch died

Hello guys
even today I need help,
I started to change gears,
without clutch,
and surprise, clutch started to slip after 1-2 days of this vice.
Now, I would like to mount a much stronger clutch kit,
but I do not know well,
I see cork and carbon discs
what is the best solution?
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its more likely your springs are not strong enough. a search could help you find what I did
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Why would you not use the clutch?


The best solution is to use the clutch...it is there for a reason. Replace with OEM and use the clutch, or you will soon be replacing shift forks and gears....just my .02, good luck.

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Much thanks to all,
the fatal blow, for the clutch,
it was probably, oil change,
I tried the best, which I believed,
and instead, the best is not good in this case,
I had put REPSOL 100% synthetic MA2, API SN
specific for CROSS, high temperatures
but SN., is not good for friction,
too additive, anti-friction
now ordered EBC clutch
springs, + 17%
castrol oil 10w30 SJ
which is semi-synthetic,
but it's better, (should) for this engine / clutch.
And yes, the clutch, I will always use,
I learned a lesson
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If you are basically stock, you may find out the only thing stiffer springs are going to do for you is give you tired hands......just something to consider.
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If you are basically stock, you may find out the only thing stiffer springs are going to do for you is give you tired hands......just something to consider.
It's probably as you say, and also cataway,
but considering the total cost not too high,
I preferred to order everything,
since my TRX
has the tow hook,
and certainly previous owner,
he pulled something,
so I think the clutch is not in a very good state.

One question if I can,
your Raptor,
has engine oil, shared with clutch / gearbox like 700xx
or separated as 450 TRX?
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Wet clutch just like the XX.

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Gee I hardly ever us the clutch . I would steer you away from any thing synthetic ,but if you insist on using a synthetic oil the stronger springs should be used .
a very good oil to is Shell rotella oil T4 15w 40

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Gee I hardly ever us the clutch .

I'm not saying it can't be done if you know how to do it, but I would never recommend it to anyone. Not a lot of room for error, and there is just no reason to do it.


But, to each their own.....

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Gee I hardly ever us the clutch . I would steer you away from any thing synthetic ,but if you insist on using a synthetic oil the stronger springs should be used .
a very good oil to is Shell rotella oil T4 15w 40
until yesterday I thought synthetic 100% was the best, in any case,
instead as 09RappySE says,
each their own.
Anyway,
I hope with harder springs,
and if possible some thickness,
between springs and their bolt
I will also have freedom to choose synthetic,
without problems.
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