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the revloc requires removing a few of the stock clutch plates to install it. did the previous owner give you any extra clutch disks when you bought the bike? if not then you will need to buy replacement disks in order to remove the revloc and set the bike back to stock. what bike is it? are you having problems?
 

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the revloc requires removing a few of the stock clutch plates to install it. did the previous owner give you any extra clutch disks when you bought the bike? if not then you will need to buy replacement disks in order to remove the revloc and set the bike back to stock. what bike is it? are you having problems?
no he didnt, i planned on buying new plates anyway or trying to trade with someone...i just wanted to know is it the same procedure as removing stock plates and basket??
 

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You dont even need to pull the basket, just pull the pressure plate, pull the dyna ring and clutch stack out and add the stock plates back in. Pretty much the same as rebuilding the stock clutch.
 

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You dont even need to pull the basket, just pull the pressure plate, pull the dyna ring and clutch stack out and add the stock plates back in. Pretty much the same as rebuilding the stock clutch.
that would be great if i didnt have to replace the basket...its a 05 crf450x by the way
 

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Oh that sucks. Nothing different then. The dyna ring comes out just like a few clutch plates. I actually have the rekluse exp ring on my 07 but the installation/ removal is basically the same.
 

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yep
 
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