so i did a search and didn't find much love for the ebc clutches. i'm not sure if people are using the whole kit or just the fibers. anyway, i can get the whole deal with the springs for like $75 delivered. the only abuse it will see is slipping it to loft the front tire. not a whole lot of climbing or tight woods work. mostly street actually. i thought i could solve my wheelie woes with just a front sprocket, but after working the clutch to wheelie it up today, it is slipping like a bitch in 1st gear to bring it up. so does anyone have anything good to say about these things? also, this will be my first install and i think it should be pretty straight forward with one exception -how far down do i tighten the springs? do the bolts run in until they come to a stop and bottom out, OR are you supposed to use a torque wrench? i have seen this job done before and actually helped out on several hayabusa clutch installs. i just never tightened the bolts down personally. i know all about pre-soaking the fibers etc. rich, chime in here somewhere. you have yet to steer me wrong. i am debating spending the extra bucks for the barnett setup. that ebc package seems good and it gets decent reviews on the rocky mountain site.