Hey everyone, I'm having a confusing time trying to install my new clutch kit (first time installing a new kit) I picked up a Tusk kit because of the decent reviews and low price point, I've heard the stories about them being junk as well but for the cost and seeing more positive then negitive I wanted to give them a shot.
Anyway the install instructions are very vauge, I'd like to know what needs to be installed. As it is right now I have the stock 2002 YZ426 clutch with the eight matching friction plates, and a 9th friction being a larger diamter, seven steel clutch disks and an 8th being the matte finish, also the cushion spring and a seat plate.
whats confusing me is the clutch packageing says, "before installing the tusk clutch kit be sure to remove all of your stock friction plates, drive plates, and any spacers or clutch boss springs (if applicable) your tusk clutc kit will be replacing your entire stock clutch stack."
thats pretty clear, whats throwing me off is that it says that but still incudes a special friction plate that has the larger diameter, as for the steel clutch plates they all look exactly the same.... So do i still need the cushion spring/seat plate anymore? and does it not matter if there is no special clutch disk anymore?
any imput would be much apprechiated.
Edited by Spartan426, November 09, 2014 - 12:50 PM.