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1st gen clutch basket into 4th gen

What do i need to fit a 1st gen clutch and parts into a 4th gen?
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Step 1 order a clutch kit for 1st gen zx10r.
Step 2 replace your 4th gen clutch with a gen 1 clutch.
Step 3 go ride it.
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It's that simple just basket and plates or do I need more?

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It's that simple just basket and plates or do I need more?
I don't recall saying anything about a basket in my reply.
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I have talked to 2 dealers there is nothing called a "clutch kit" for oem.i have to order individual parts.
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The 'Kit' is typically a set of friction plates and a set of steel plates... some clutches will throw in the odd friction or steel thickness to keep it interesting. Some OEM kits even get a judder spring, and some with new pressure plate springs (and I highly recommend at least new, if not stronger springs in almost any OEM clutch).... but at the end of the day you just need the friction & steel plates. If the 'Kit' in question includes those yer good to go.

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Sorry, disregard my replies.
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The 'Kit' is typically a set of friction plates and a set of steel plates... some clutches will throw in the odd friction or steel thickness to keep it interesting. Some OEM kits even get a judder spring, and some with new pressure plate springs (and I highly recommend at least new, if not stronger springs in almost any OEM clutch).... but at the end of the day you just need the friction & steel plates. If the 'Kit' in question includes those yer good to go.
Okay so thats kind of what i was thinking.i looked at the blow up from the 1st gen and it uses the same part numbers for the friction plate and steels just a different combination of them.
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Sorry, disregard my replies.
No need for that... you had the absolute right of it, but sometimes it's hard to understand each other when thoughts get translated through keyboards. My attempt to clarify was a verbose agreement of your instruction.... maybe a borderline explanation. :)

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