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Hi guys,



I was browsing Ebay and found an EBC clutch rebuild kit for $25 and i was wondering if anyone has any input on these as my tw is definitely in need of new plates and disks . I just need to know if there worth the work and $ as most of the time i find them for around $50 .



Thanks in advance

-josh-
 

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i cant say in a tdub but im not into EBC. ive always gone with vesrah clutchs. but that just me. i like a clutch with a smooth friction zone.
 

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i cant say in a tdub but im not into EBC. ive always gone with vesrah clutchs. but that just me. i like a clutch with a smooth friction zone.
ive read that the EBC's are grabby but havent really heard anything about the vesrah's
 

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ive taken bikes for a ride that have EBC clutchs and ive found that the clutch is kinda off then on. what i mean is that when you are letting out the clutch lever the clutch goes from disengaged to engaged very fast. i run the vesrah clutch and i find that you have more of a friction zone to play with. example: when your approaching a stop light you can keep the clutch in the friction zone while controlling the power of the bike better, say you dont wanna come to a complete stop because you know the light will cange very soon. i just hold the clutch lever about at the half way point which keeps the engine power at a min but still enough to slightly keep the bike rolling. because you have a wider friction zone taking off when the light turns green is soo much smoother. i also find it much easier to control the TW when im on tight trails with tight turns.
 

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ive taken bikes for a ride that have EBC clutchs and ive found that the clutch is kinda off then on. what i mean is that when you are letting out the clutch lever the clutch goes from disengaged to engaged very fast. i run the vesrah clutch and i find that you have more of a friction zone to play with. example: when your approaching a stop light you can keep the clutch in the friction zone while controlling the power of the bike better, say you dont wanna come to a complete stop because you know the light will cange very soon. i just hold the clutch lever about at the half way point which keeps the engine power at a min but still enough to slightly keep the bike rolling. because you have a wider friction zone taking off when the light turns green is soo much smoother. i also find it much easier to control the TW when im on tight trails with tight turns.
thanks for taking the time to explain that ! its just the info i was looking for
 
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