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12' crf250 wiseco?

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put on the wiseco basket and the wiseco clutch pack kit on my bike today. the clutch kit comes with 8 fibers and steels (OEM is 7 fibers and steels). so i put the eight in just to add to bitting force. with eight the clutch will not disengage all the way and lurches like a grooved basket. i tried the 7 which is oem and the clutch wont engage. ( clutch out i can bang through the gears with nothing) also put in the PRO-X clutch rod with it. So is this a common problem and i have to run the eight plates and adjust the clutch cable all the way so it can disengage fully? also have a new clutch cable as well, just have to put it on.

thanks for any help, Matt

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Did you take the judder spring out? It's 2 pieces. Good choice on the clutch rod too, makes a big difference to reduce fade at the lever.

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I got it figured out. The cable was binding, i bought another cable a while ago so i heat taped it and put it on. I'll have to test the rod at the local track but so far i got a smoother pull and nicer engage on the clutch

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You end up running the 8 or 7?

 

I have a '13 that I've added the push rod and removed the judders spring and replaced w/ a new fiber.

 

This winter I'll need to get a new clutch kit and basket so wondering how many fibers I'll need to use and if the kits usually come w/ or without the judder if you go aftermarket (Hinson, Wiseco).

 

Thanks!

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Ended up using all 8 (didnt see all of them in the oem parts fiche) i left the judder spring in. It a real nice pull kind of like a 230f. The wiseco basket doesnt come with the primary gear so you have to use the oem (5/32 drill bit and a chisel to get off) ill have a race on monday so it'll be tested

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