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im wondering if the clutch springs dont last to long on a rmz 250 should i just buy better clutch springs to prevent blowing my clutch

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Year of bike? Word on the streets is the 07's have clutch problems. Not sure it is related to springs tho. I have a 05 and the springs have been bulletproof. I wouldn't change them out unless needed.

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IMO... Unless something drives you down the road to replace the springs, I say leave them alone.

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any clue if the 07 have a defect of the clutch release such as the part that attaches to the cable ??? by the engine or what would cause this part to break

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its a 2009

The 09 clutch are the same as the 08's. We've got some 150+ hours on our clutch springs and still good..... WHY...are you having clutch slippage???

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im getting clutch fade after about 5 mins of riding then usually the clutch release breaks shortly after what could lead to this

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its just what ive been reading and figured its easy to change springs then have to by a new clutch

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its just what ive been reading and figured its easy to change springs then have to by a new clutch

If I was going to change my springs I'd get 450 springs......

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