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Old May 29th @ 05:39 pm   #1
 
how long does a clutch on a cbr600rr last if riden under normal conditions???

 
 
Old May 29th @ 05:41 pm   #2
Howie B
 
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how long does a clutch on a cbr600rr last if riden under normal conditions???
Right up till you need to replace it.... Actually thats a good question and I don't have the answer but I had to mess with ya John...
 
 
Old May 29th @ 06:44 pm   #3
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From: NLV - Lone Mt & Clayton

Motorcycle: 2002 Yamaha FZ1
Too many factors to figure. As with any bike.
Racing it (w/full throttle upshifts) or clutching up wheelies will shorten the lifespan for sure.

If you never shifted it, it would last forever.

"Right up till you need to replace it" bwahahaha good one Howie.
 
 
Old May 29th @ 06:59 pm   #4
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From: North
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how long does a clutch on a cbr600rr last if riden under normal conditions???
as a guideline, i ran my 01 R1 on teh stock clutch for 23,000miles before i sold it. that includes the occasional wheelie, quite a few trackdays, motomadness events, and lots of street driving.
 
 
Old May 29th @ 10:11 pm   #5
 
i was told by the service manager as i was pulling the bike out of the back of my truck that they should only last 8000-10000 miles ohh well after bitchin them out it only cost me 425 to have a 600 clutch install i didn't even have to pay 4 labor
 
 
Old May 29th @ 11:02 pm   #6
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From: North
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i was told by the service manager as i was pulling the bike out of the back of my truck that they should only last 8000-10000 miles ohh well after bitchin them out it only cost me 425 to have a 600 clutch install i didn't even have to pay 4 labor
hmmm i dont know if that is alot or not. seems like alot to me though. The honda peeps on here should be able to chime in on this. But as long as you are satisfied thats the important part!!
 
 
Old May 30th @ 08:01 am   #7
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From: NLV - Lone Mt & Clayton

Motorcycle: 2002 Yamaha FZ1
When I did mine, the plates & springs only cost $150. So it looks like you ended up paying for the labor.
 
 
Old May 30th @ 09:50 am   #8
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From: Las Vegas/Summerlin

Motorcycle: 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa LE/2007 Suzuki GSXR600/2000 Honda CBR600F4
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When I did mine, the plates & springs only cost $150. So it looks like you ended up paying for the labor.
+1

And I even did the Barnett HD clutch for about that much. The OEM stuff costs about the same.
 
 
Old May 30th @ 06:14 pm   #9
 
they did a full clutch rebuild basket and all prob should have checked around before i signed anything they said a normal job costs around 850-900 for labor and all course it was through ride it now on rancho
 
 

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