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  • Offline Juicyhades   us

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    Torque Specs for a Clutch replacement job
    on: Aug 06, 2022, 02.04 pm
    Aug 06, 2022, 02.04 pm
    Just like the name implies, been looking around for a service manual for this bike. Kawasaki site doesn't have one for a 2019 kawasaki z900 non abs, and the owner manual has no such information. So here I am, need them torque specs for this job and any tool that'll make this job easier. Anyone using some sort of torque screw driver, was wondering which one I should get.

    Also, the site that I ordered my plates from mailed my compression plate separately since it was on backorder and at this time no ETA on when I'll get it. I'm wondering if can swap out the plates I have and get away with not swapping out the compression plate.

    Last Edit: Aug 06, 2022, 02.07 pm by Juicyhades

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    Re: Torque Specs for a Clutch replacement job
    Reply #1 on: Aug 06, 2022, 10.27 pm
    Aug 06, 2022, 10.27 pm
    Does anyone have any idea of what the minimum tolerance of these friction and steel clutch plates are; trying to see if I can reuse some of these especially the spring comp plate there? Trying to find that and no go. Please anyone with any information that would be awesome.

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    Re: Torque Specs for a Clutch replacement job
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    Re: Torque Specs for a Clutch replacement job
    Reply #3 on: Aug 07, 2022, 08.30 am
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    Does anyone have any idea of what the minimum tolerance of these friction and steel clutch plates are; trying to see if I can reuse some of these especially the spring comp plate there?

    The standard friction plate thickness is 2.72 ~ 2.88 mm with a service limit of 2.6 mm

    The standard friction and steel plate warp thickness is 0.15 mm with a service limit warp thickness of 0.3 mm

    Clutch plate assembly length is 45.6 ~ 46.4 mm

    This vid has a few some pointers:

    https://www.z900forum.com/index.php/topic,4474.msg61241.html#msg61241

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    Re: Torque Specs for a Clutch replacement job
    Reply #4 on: Aug 07, 2022, 01.48 pm
    Aug 07, 2022, 01.48 pm
    *Originally Posted by MattR [+]
    The standard friction plate thickness is 2.72 ~ 2.88 mm with a service limit of 2.6 mm

    The standard friction and steel plate warp thickness is 0.15 mm with a service limit warp thickness of 0.3 mm

    Clutch plate assembly length is 45.6 ~ 46.4 mm

    This vid has a few some pointers:

    https://www.z900forum.com/index.php/topic,4474.msg61241.html#msg61241

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    Okay. but does that mean the double sided plate is the same thickness and minimal tolerance for warpage or not? I'm looking for this guy here, pic should be in the posted to this thread.
    Last Edit: Aug 07, 2022, 01.50 pm by Juicyhades

     



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