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Installing a new clutch pack in KTM what order?


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I just got my new Prox clutch pack sitting in oil overnight so I'm trying to figure out what order do I put the discs in there are 2 of the metal discs that where separate so I'm assuming they are thicker/thinner than the rest. just want to know what order I put them in. the bike is a 2012 ktm200xcw that should help not really bike specific more KTM/euro bike specific. but I'm not a master with KTM clutches so any help is appreciated. 

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31 minutes ago, Randy300XC said:

There should be something that shows the thickness. Otherwise measure with a caliper

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Oh wow I didn't even think to check the diagrams I do it for everything else. I was going to check them with clauoers but my set is lost and I have no idea where they are. 😕 ill have to see when I pull the clutch apart if fibers are on the ends or not. Thanks for the help 

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If it performs funny with the new clutch then it's often due to aftermarket parts , many complaints about this on the forums 

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Why do they spec the thinner plates to be in the most outer position? Is it because there’s more heat generated and retained on the inner sections so they have a greater chance of warping because they are thinner? Inquiring minds would like to know.

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2 hours ago, Scralatchtica824 said:

Why do they spec the thinner plates to be in the most outer position? Is it because there’s more heat generated and retained on the inner sections so they have a greater chance of warping because they are thinner? Inquiring minds would like to know.

You just asked if they designed the clutch to warp on purpose...

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