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    WTB: Billet clutch plate.

    Anyone have a billet clutch plate laying around they dont use and some much stiffer springs? Tempted to throw the combination in my grom in the near future when i pull the side cover off to inspect the oil screen and spinner.

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    I got my springs off a guy on FB and very hapy with them.....also do the Takagaagaga HD Oil pump while your in there. Its wider and flows more volume... nice part for sure

    Grabs like it should now...

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    Yeah the other day i went WOT from first to neutral and dumped it into 2nd (this was after i put my bigger valved head, and port matched intake on so she was revving good n making power)..... and when i dumped it into 2nd, lordy talk about a soft grab. I got ebc springs in there now but ill end up going way stiffer and thus need a billet clutch plate so shit doesnt fall apart.

    Like stated if anyone has one let me know.

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    I have the Kitaco springs with the stock clutch plate, works just fine a Takegawa 4 valve kit.
    If you really want the billet clutch plate they (Kitaco) offer a combo Plate / Springs that's nicely priced.

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    David beat me to saying Kitaco sells kit that has their 60% stiffer clutch springs and a billet clutch plate. Seen them on ebay.

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    I like SMS clutch springs and CNC clutch plate made by RPM which was about $55 back in July 2014

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    we have them for $45.00https://www.drowsports.com/drowsports-honda-grom-125-heavy-duty-billet-clutch-spring-plate/

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