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Clutch Question on 2000 yz426

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Need info here on a 2000 yz426. When removing a clutch from this machine you pull off the pressure plate. What is next on this is there a ball bearing inside this plate that the clutch rod fits up against? or not? I bought this bike used and dont know if the piece was accidently left out or never existed to begin with.

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Never existed on the 2000 model.

YOu will want to do a search for the 2001 clutch update and get all the parts associated there. It will make the clutch feel more consistant and less grabby.

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Try this... 01' clutch mod link I am in the middle of assembling my engine and I have purchased all the 01' parts...simple to do. And he's right about the 2000 not having a ball. You'll notice a big difference (so I'm told). Good luck with it. :cry:

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Try this... 01' clutch mod link I am in the middle of assembling my engine and I have purchased all the 01' parts...simple to do. And he's right about the 2000 not having a ball. You'll notice a big difference (so I'm told). Good luck with it. :cry:

It makes a big difference. I would highly reccomend it as the next mod to do. After that you should do the 450 cam mod. I am still working on that.

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Yep, I bought the 450 cam, 13.5:1 Weisco piston and other goodies...now I just need to find the time to put it back together :cry: :cry: (in the middle of moving)

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Cool, Yep, I remember that one, I ordered all the parts off your write up. Thanks! :cry: My clutch was working fine, but I went ahead and did the update anyway, since I had the engine apart. Then I ordered the 13.5:1 Weisco piston and 03' 450 exhaust cam and and and.... (Went a little overboard) Never too much goodies right!? :cry:

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I've thought of doing the 13.5:1 piston as well, but I can't bring myself to tear down a perfectly good motor "just because". The 450 cam mod is the best money I've spent on the bike!!!

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I don't blame you on that one...I barely had this piston broke in when these gears went...so I figured what the hell, I have it apart....and ordered the kit from Parker yamaha , they were cheaper than here on TT ($139.00). I'm not sure if I'll even know the difference since I don't have much time on this bike (my first 4 stroke). But if it keeps pulling my arms out of my sockets, I'll let you know :cry:

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