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I'd love a set of kevlar plates but now with the TTR225 motor nearing install, I wouldn't get use of those.
 

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Purchased new and never installed - I paid $90 for the set.

$60 shipped CONUS

Kit has, 5 KEVLAR FRICTION PLATES , and COMPLETE SPRING KIT
Do you have part #’s for the Barnett discs & springs, just to verify, plse? (Can’t make them out on the photo).

Also, are the Barnett springs OE equivalent replacements, or are they meant to be stiffer?

Thanks.
 

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Do you have part #’s for the Barnett discs & springs, just to verify, plse? (Can’t make them out on the photo).

Also, are the Barnett springs OE equivalent replacements, or are they meant to be stiffer?

Thanks.
I've attached screenshots from Barnett's website Yamaha TW200 (1978-2022) - Barnett Tool & Engineering

These are high quality parts - the springs will make for a stiffer clutch pull and the plates are kevlar.
 

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