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Hello all,

What I'm posting are some pictures of the removal and installation of my old clutch basket vs the upgraded WERKS clutch basket.


I opted to send in my low 8,000 miles - 12875 km basket to WERKS instead of an exchange.

The complete turn around time from California to Texas was less than a week.

I am very happy with the product, service and just the whole situation. Terry from WERKS is top notch.


RESULTS ! I have a smooth quiet operating clutch. Initially I noticed how much easier my Vee launches with the WERKS basket installed.


NOTE: Each picture links to a larger picture.
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Out with the old.


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Basket before sending it to WERKS.

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Parts ready for reassembly.

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Impact gun makes the removal of the clutch basket easier to remove.

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Clutch basket after being reworked at WERKS.

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Getting the required 108 ft-lbs of torque.

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All back together ready to reinstall the cover.

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WERKS website. https://www.werksparts.com/home.html

WERKS instructional video. How to disassemble and assemble the clutch basket for the DL1000 and SV1000. Very helpful !

https://youtu.be/Ie-Cp3w8khY


RESULTS ! I have a smooth quiet operating clutch. Initially I noticed how much easier my Vee launches with the WERKS basket installed.

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I had more pictures to post but they came out to blurry.



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I had chudder a couple of times.

Plus the launch was ambiguous, it was very jerky, like it would wind up and release a couple of times during the same launch.

I would wince wondering how bad it would be during take off.


It was a good thing I sent it in to WERKS because the basket was out of round and out of balance.


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