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Hey yall! I'm having a hard time finding a new gasket and a Barnett conversion kit for my 02. Does anybody have a link or know of a site where I can purchase these?
 

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Search gasket: 5VN-15451-00-00
TIP: Take all the time needed to gently remove every tiny trace of the old gasket without scratching or gouging the metal, this is critical. Dab lithium grease to hold gasket in place on the pins for reassembly. Use a dab on the push(pull) lever bearing to hold it in proper alignment. Then the side cover installs easier. Just go easy.

Search: Barnett SR2 / 511-90-10002 clutch pp and spring assembly (gold springs). Optionally you can get very firm green springs or very very firm red springs. Plus consider a Barnett teflon lined clutch cable kit. Call Barnett for help on part number they are nice folks.
 

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Guys.. i am new to the rswarrior.. i have a 2003 RSW with about 48K on it and in the last 4k i have noticed that when i open the throttle, it revs high and doesn't seems to move faster.. sign of slipping clutch.

I have ordered Barnett Conversion kit 511-90-10002 and green springs as a secondary option. My concern is that do i orser new friction plates and Steel plates or use the existing ones? Since everything is already open, do i just get new clutch plates?

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1.Do i order OEM plates or any other brand?
2.Do i use the gold springs that come with the Barnett conversion kit or use the green ones if they are better for the life of the plates?
3.anyone in the Toronto Canada area that has done this MOD?
4. Any good write up on the forums about the process and tip i need to follow?

I hate the slipping of the clutch. Otherwise, I love my RSW 😍.
 

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Search for 2-3 full plate mod. It has a good write up.
Most likely your frictions and steels will be fine. Yamaha OEM frictions are the best for the bike.
I did the 3 full plate mod and the barnett's and I went with all new frictions since I didnt want to mix new and used ones. But that was probably unnecessary.

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I was wondering if the current frictions were ok cause i habe been slipping for ovet 4000Km. Not sure if damaged them at all. I have no issue punching gears.... Only, the slipping when i really open the throttle or do an immediate throttle in 2nd hear and up.
 

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I’m hoping to do the same.
I ordered up Barnett’s clutch plate and got it in two days.
I ordered up new OEM steels off of eBay and get them in three days.
However, I ordered up a full set of the full friction plates and a gasket from Boats.net 9 days ago and they are not here.

I’m not sure what’s going on down there with them cuzz in the past, they’ve been really good at shipping stuff pretty quickly.

I called them and I was #101 on the queue hold list so I sent them an email.

arrrrg... want to get this done before the weekend:confused:
 

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It might be unnecessary but might as well since you have it all apart.
Peace of mind I reckon, knowing that all of it is brand new.
I’m doing the 3 plate mod as well.
All new OEM steels and plates.
She outta jump out of the hole like dropping a frog in a pot of boiling water :D
 

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It might be unnecessary but might as well since you have it all apart.
Peace of mind I reckon, knowing that all of it is brand new.
I’m doing the 3 plate mod as well.
All new OEM steels and plates.
She outta jump out of the hole like dropping a frog in a pot of boiling water :D
and if your belt is in poor shape you'll soon find out. Ask me how I know...
Boats.net is usually pretty good but I've waited as many as 10 days to get stuff from them because they use UPS mail innovations where UPS has the Postal Service do the last mile delivery. And that's only shipping Atlanta to Boston. West coast would be worse.

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I’m hoping to do the same.
I ordered up Barnett’s clutch plate and got it in two days.
I ordered up new OEM steels off of eBay and get them in three days.
However, I ordered up a full set of the full friction plates and a gasket from Boats.net 9 days ago and they are not here.

I’m not sure what’s going on down there with them cuzz in the past, they’ve been really good at shipping stuff pretty quickly.

I called them and I was #101 on the queue hold list so I sent them an email.

arrrrg... want to get this done before the weekend:confused:

Hey.. which plates did you order? OEM Yamaha or something else? I need to get this done as soon as possible.. i am not enjoying the bike with the throttle open...lol

Btw, for the 2-3 plate mod. are you just order ordering a full friction plate instead of the half Friction plate?
 

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Way back when I did the SR2 I got Barnett fibers and burned thru them like crazy so went back to all Yamaha fibers and steels. Its still awesome.
I guess Yamaha OEM it is!!! I am really excited😎. I wanna enjoy my Road star warrior !! I feel like i am missing out on it with this slipping.
 

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Also give your clutch cable some love. Make sure it is not too stretched or fraying. OEM is cheap enough and functions very well.
 

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Hey.. which plates did you order? OEM Yamaha or something else? I need to get this done as soon as possible.. i am not enjoying the bike with the throttle open...lol

Btw, for the 2-3 plate mod. are you just order ordering a full friction plate instead of the half Friction plate?

Yes, I ordered all OEM...I believe the total #'s are 9 of the full friction plates and 8 steels.

Yami Full Friction Plate part # is 26H-16307-01-00
Yami Steel Disc Plate part # is 26H-16324-00
Yami Clutch/crankcase side cover gasket part # 5PX-15451-00-00 and is now superseded by new part # 5VN-15451-00-00

Just don't order from Boats.net, unless you don't mind the potential of waiting a good while...It's been 10 days since I placed my order with them and when I checked their website, it says, "Preparing order."
They must be really short handed...the Yami warehouse is not far from them in Atlanta and...this past weekend I was at my local Yami dealer getting some other stuff, I asked the parts girl how much for the plates and steels for my bike and how long to ship. Price was a bit higher but if ordered on Saturday, be here by Thursday at the latest.
Ya, It is what it is...Hopes of getting my bike done this weekend is slipping away fast.
 

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Yes, I ordered all OEM...I believe the total #'s are 9 of the full friction plates and 8 steels.

Yami Full Friction Plate part # is 26H-16307-01-00
Yami Steel Disc Plate part # is 26H-16324-00
Yami Clutch/crankcase side cover gasket part # 5PX-15451-00-00 and is now superseded by new part # 5VN-15451-00-00

Just don't order from Boats.net, unless you don't mind the potential of waiting a good while...It's been 10 days since I placed my order with them and when I checked their website, it says, "Preparing order."
They must be really short handed...the Yami warehouse is not far from them in Atlanta and...this past weekend I was at my local Yami dealer getting some other stuff, I asked the parts girl how much for the plates and steels for my bike and how long to ship. Price was a bit higher but if ordered on Saturday, be here by Thursday at the latest.
Ya, It is what it is...Hopes of getting my bike done this weekend is slipping away fast.
Thanks brother for the details and quick response.. looking forward to ordering my plates tomorrow. Will follow your part#s.

I love this RSWARRIOR FORUMS... learn a lot of new things and help.
 
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