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    '89 Clutch upgrade P/N: 06220-HB9-305

    Is this a a simple swap? Anybody have a step-by-step on exactly what needs to be done for the swap and possibly what else needs to be replaced in the process?
    I picked up an OEM Honda upgrade kit for my newly purchased '88. The clutch components are stock at the moment. I'd like to get a smooth, light pull. Right now its hard as heck to pull back with 2 fingers and I am starting with the OEM '89 upgrade kit.

    Thanks for anyone's advice!

    Steve
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    all it is is the rod,outer bearing and button and outer hub...as for clutch pull.thats springs and cable along with making sure the basket isnt grooved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by american opel View Post
    all it is is the rod,outer bearing and button and outer hub...as for clutch pull.thats springs and cable along with making sure the basket isnt grooved.
    Right, so this is a very dumb question, but I need to drain the bike's red crankcase oil first right? I have not ridden a 2 stroke in many years let alone opened one up. The basket could be janky as I know for a fact the original chain broke off during one of my cousins rides and from what I've read on here could be why the clutch is so hard to pull (basket problem). It also has an odd AMP research thing attached to the frame he bought in 1990 which I read may cause frame cracking and whatnot, should I remove that?...
    Thanks for your input!
    Last edited by Steve056; 07-17-2019 at 04:00 AM.
    1988 TRX 250R w/'89 Clutch Upgrade & Neil's CR500 Clutch Mod
    (2)1992 LT230E's
    2007 YZ250F
    1995 RT100 (my first dirt bike, still got it!)
    1976 CB750 (still restoring my dads bike)
    -Previous Bikes-
    1986 TRX70
    1976 DT125 Enduro
    1987 YZ125
    2000 YZ80

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve056 View Post
    Right, so this is a very dumb question, but I need to drain the bike's red crankcase oil first right? I have not ridden a 2 stroke in many years let alone opened one up. The basket could be janky as I know for a fact the original chain broke off during one of my cousins rides and from what I've read on here could be why the clutch is so hard to pull (basket problem). It also has an odd AMP research thing attached to the frame he bought in 1990 which I read may cause frame cracking and whatnot, should I remove that?...
    Thanks for your input!
    NVM service manual says to drain first.
    1988 TRX 250R w/'89 Clutch Upgrade & Neil's CR500 Clutch Mod
    (2)1992 LT230E's
    2007 YZ250F
    1995 RT100 (my first dirt bike, still got it!)
    1976 CB750 (still restoring my dads bike)
    -Previous Bikes-
    1986 TRX70
    1976 DT125 Enduro
    1987 YZ125
    2000 YZ80

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    drain antifreeze and you can just put it on it's side and not drain the trans oil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by american opel View Post
    drain antifreeze and you can just put it on it's side and not drain the trans oil.
    Nice workaround! But to be honest I don't think the Klotz has been changed since 1991 or so...its probably time. I picked up a replacement gasket for the right case as well.
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    1988 TRX 250R w/'89 Clutch Upgrade & Neil's CR500 Clutch Mod
    (2)1992 LT230E's
    2007 YZ250F
    1995 RT100 (my first dirt bike, still got it!)
    1976 CB750 (still restoring my dads bike)
    -Previous Bikes-
    1986 TRX70
    1976 DT125 Enduro
    1987 YZ125
    2000 YZ80


 

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