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how many miles are you guys getting out of a factory clutch on average? i am at 34,000 miles, feels a lil funny.
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More than 18,600 miles.

Cuz that's what I'm at and my clutch is doing just fine.
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24,000km bike and clutch doing okay but parked up for a few month's
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Some have had their clutch start slipping, at more or less mileage depending on usage. Stock clutch springs are relatively weak. Replacing just the springs for stiffer ones before the discs and friction plates wear out is a common fix.

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Some have had their clutch start slipping, at more or less mileage depending on usage. Stock clutch springs are relatively weak. Replacing just the springs for stiffer ones before the discs and friction plates wear out is a common fix.

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i shimmed my springs
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