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ASSEMBLIES WHERE 13102-1140 IS USED $51
1998 NINJA ZX-9R (ZX900-C1) - Clutch
1999 NINJA ZX-9R (ZX900-C2) - Clutch
2000 NINJA ZX-12R (ZX1200-A1) - Clutch
2000 NINJA ZX-9R (ZX900-E1) - Clutch
2001 NINJA ZX-9R (ZX900-E2) - Clutch
2002 NINJA ZX-9R (ZX900-F1) - Clutch
2003 NINJA ZX-9R (ZX900-F2) - Clutch

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ASSEMBLIES WHERE 13102-1158 IS USED $49
2001 NINJA ZX-12R (ZX1200-A2) - Clutch
2002 NINJA ZX-12R (ZX1200-B1) - Clutch
2003 NINJA ZX-12R (ZX1200-B2) - Clutch
2004 NINJA ZX-12R (ZX1200-B3) - Clutch
2005 NINJA ZX-12R (ZX1200-B4) - Clutch
If the "Fat " ones fit an A2, they should fit an A1 ??
To be honest, I thought they were all the same clutch case's?:|
 

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clutches and covers are the same so you expect it to fit.
 

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I think I have uncovered my last culprit ... "sticky" throttle. Never really noticed anything strange about it as it was fairly free moving and if it wasn't I would just have turned harder :grin2:
Luckily over the weekend I noticed that when turning the throttle, the very first couple of degrees of movement was really "slow" so opened up the cable mechanism and removed the throttle and had quite a bit of white powder/residue fall out in the process (years of warm salty air is my guess, I did find the 12 in a coastal town and it had apparently been sitting for a "long time"). Anycase, so I sprayed some Q20 into the throttle cables and lubed and cleaned the rest of the throttle/handlbar and it now feels silky smooth, just like my gear changes.

I'm guessing that when I released the throttle before pulling in the clutch the throttle either did not close all the way or was just slow in doing so and so messed with the delicate timing of the throttle, clutch, gear sequence.
 

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There are definitely some metal plates with discoloration and I suspect very slight warping (didn't really have a flat surface to test on so put the plate on the clutch spring "cover" and simply tapped my finger on the friction surface all the way round, lets you hear/feel when there is a little movement) and some of the friction plates, although all in spec, have groves in them.
 
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