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Why should you take it apart?
Does it cause any trouble that needs troubleshooting? :O
If it's OK, leave it alone.....
 

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i would do the entire kit that way you know nothing was missed and then there is always the chance to gain a little more knowledge of your bike...just my .02 worth
 

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Get OEM plates from your Suzuki dealer and Barnett springs to get your clutch in top shape. Sometimes aftermarket plates are out of spec or differ in tollerence. OEM plates and Barnett springs are the recomended combo here on the Zone.
 

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You will also need a 1/4" drive torque wrench, and dont over torque the bolts they will break easily.
 

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Get OEM plates from your Suzuki dealer and Barnett springs to get your clutch in top shape. Sometimes aftermarket plates are out of spec or differ in tollerence. OEM plates and Barnett springs are the recomended combo here on the Zone.
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I swapped out my plates and Springs for oem plates and Barnett springs about 2 years ago. No problems since the swap. I have a cable clutch and the biggest change was getting used to the heavier lever pull from the Barnett springs.
 
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