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  • Cometic Clutch Cover Gasket

    JOSEPH in UT

    Gasket

    Easy to install. Works great no leaks. Picked up the same day I ordered it

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  • Tusk Clutch Kit

    Paul in OH

    Tusk for the win. Again.

    Tusk brand clutches perform as well as any other I've used. Just because it costs more doesn't always mean it's better.

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  • Tusk Clutch Kit With Heavy Duty Springs

    Gabe in WI

    No more clutch slipping

    I put this in my 1993 yamaha yz250 that had a slipping clutch. I have roughly 80 hrs on the clutch right now, I don't "power shift" through the gears, but I do pop the clutch to pull wheelies in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th basically every ride, this clutch locks up quick and has been holding up great. Clutch pull is obviously going to be a bit tough, but I'm used to old cable style clutches so it doesn't bother me none. Overall been holding up good for me!!

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  • Tusk Top End Gasket Kit

    craig in IA

    Great value

    Gaskets fit well and are made of quality material

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  • Wiseco Piston Kit

    Brayden in PA

    weipco piston

    I loved the quality of the wiseco piston. the bikes runs like new now

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  • EBC Clutch Kit

    MARK in FL

    Yamaha WR250R EBC Clutch Kit

    Heavier duty construction and materials than OEM. The 15% higher compression springs is no joke, sound like a small number but even with a Magura aftermarket hydraulic clutch you can definitely feel it. Perhaps after a bit of wear in, they will soften a bit. Something to remember if you're running an old fashioned cable.

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