I went in and had some work done to my bike. ( carb re-jet ) and overall tune up. Now that the my bike is running right you can feel the clutch starting to slip. I asked the mechanic about putting the Barnett complete clutch kit in and he recommended the Barnett spring kit with factory yamaha plates and steels.
Any input or thoughts would appreciated.
Also, more than likely it you are just feeling it... your existing Clutch Plates and Discs are 100% ok. You just need to put a New Spring on it.
New springs come in a few different ways:
1) New replacement stock spring (it may happen again)
2) Stack a new stock spring on top of the old one (harder to pull at the lever) but its a great fix
3) New Upgraded replacement Warrior Speedstar 25% uprated spring (less harder to pull at the lever than #2, but still more) and its a great fix
4) New Barnett SR-2 pressure plate and springs kit. (About the same pull as the Speedstar spring #3 but more expensive) and its a superb fix.
Don't forget a gasket. Do not use a hard scraper to get the gasket off the cover or the case, it'll leake if you gourge it in anyway. The Gasket goes over the rubber wire plug. I used a bit of cheap grease to hold the gasket on while I twisted the lever shaft and positioned the cover on properly. And btw
, its 69.6 inch pounds of torque, since most ft-lbs wrenches cannot go down that low (5.8 ft-lbs).