KTM clutch secret

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#1
the 125 and i think 200 ktm's can use the cr125 clutch so that should save you guys some money...

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Barnett make plates for KTMs. I don't know if they cost any more than CRs, Moose makes them know also.

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'99 KTM 380sx
 
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#5
Instead of wasting time on expensie high performance clutches stock honda clutches are way more affordable and they work really good and last...stick with the steel plates if you can but aluminum will make your bike rev faster....

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#7
There's no difference in a '99 & 2000 clutch plate designs, only difference was the 200 just got a new clutch basket and one more clutch plate going from 7 to 8.

Joe
'01 CR125

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#8
Cr 125 clutch Plates and springs do fit in the KTM 200. I have steel honda plates and springs in my 200 and they work fine. The springs reduce the pull dramatically at the lever and I have not noticed any slipping yet. CR thottle cables also fit better than stock because they are about 4" longer and you can route the cable down the left side of the frame.

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#9
the 2000 has the same as 99 the 2001 is when they changed the plates and by the way the reason that i said to buy pre 2001 is so you dont get the extra plates.....

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#10
ok so if i have a 2003 ktm 125 sx, ans i need a clutch i can put in a 2000 honda cr125 clutch? both the metal discs and the friction discs?