EBC has always been a go to for me, when my clutch needs a freshen up. Parts fit true to OEM, and I’ve never had them fade during a race. EBC has been in the game for a long time, and they are one of the best!
I could tell right out of the package that these were a stiffer spring than the stock ones. So, when I replaced them, I only replaced every other spring with these new ones alternating new with stock. It turned out excellent! The clutch lever doesn't kill my hand and the quad hooks up a lot harder.
Felt the stock clutch springs were a little soft, so after last clutch replacement, upgraded to EBC springs. Much firmer than stock, but not much increase lever pull. Drive seemed to be improved in combination with fresh plates
These springs are a must when your engine is making more HP than stock. These work extremely well on my SSW prepped 50HP DRZ 400.....I always replace my stock springs with these in any engine I build. Buy them!
Machine this part was bought for: 2007 SUZUKI DR-Z 400S
These work great on my '98 KX125. I was having some issues with slippage as well as a bit of drag so I upgraded to these along with a Tusk clutch kit and everything works great now. The lever pull is noticeably harder than stock but it's not too bad, it definitely makes the clutch engage nicely now. Something to keep in mind if you have the KX125 is that it only uses 4 clutch springs so I'm not sure if you could safely mix different spring weights to make a lighter pull like you could on some other models that use 6 springs.
Machine this part was bought for: 1998 KAWASAKI KX12
I've used many different brands over the years. I always come back to the EBC for consistency and quality. They are the spring rate as advertised, and do not wear out fast like some others. Can't go wrong with these!