The clutch in our 2009 RMZ250 has finally started slipping. I did some research and found most people recommend sticking with the stock clutch parts. However, in the interest of saving money, I ordered a DP clutch kit, although it may cost more in the long run if the kit turns out to be crap. But before anyone condemns me too much, I do intend to provide some feedback on how well the DP clutch works and how long it lasts. So it's me being nice and spending money for the benefit of everyone else...LOL. Anyway, I have a question. In the manual, it shows the furthest in (first installed) driven plate as being differrent to the other 6. The DP driven plates all look the same, although I didn't check their thickness yet in case that's the reason. Aside from the stock one being gray instead of silver like the other 6, can anyone tell me what the actual difference is? Oddly enough, the stock clutch plates are shown as all being the same, but one in the DP Clutch kit has a black face on one side. I sort of wonder if it's DP's answer to the Suzuki driven plate that's different. So the first part of my review will be "I wish they'd included some instructions". Anyway, as soon as I understand why one driven plate is supposed to be different, than I can figure out what's going on with this kit. Thank-you.