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hi I'm installing the stm on a 07 1000rr and dont know if the stock friction spring needs to be installed also, since the stm instructions said not to use the 2 rings of the stock clutch plates. So is the friction spring and locator the same as the 2 rings that they're talking about?
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Got a pic? I installed one on my '04 last year, but can't picture what "friction spring" your talking about.
 

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This is what diel11 told me when I asked the same question a while back.

"They are telling you to not install the judder spring and judder spring washer. The thing is they found out that in order to get consistent back torque limiting you needed the judder spring and washer. I always use them."
 

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ok I'll take the clutch off tomorrow so i can put the spring and washer back on. i had a 50/50 chance to get it wrong and guess what? i did got it wrong. oh well thanks for the info.
 

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ok I'll take the clutch off tomorrow so i can put the spring and washer back on. i had a 50/50 chance to get it wrong and guess what? i did got it wrong. oh well thanks for the info.
Man that sucks. Wish I could have helped sooner, but at least you won't have to trouble shoot it later.
 

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How did it go? I'm changing out one this weekend. Any pointers would help, thanks
 

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Don't bother draining the oil, just put the bike on the side stand. And stuff a rag down the big hole that goes to the drain pan. Will keep you from having to remove the headers and drain pan when you drop something. I learned that one the hard way. :D
 
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