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    Quote Originally Posted by Jhb View Post
    I am guessing since it's a go with the svho's,
    It will also work with the sho's as well?
    Yes, as long as your SHO is running the 2013 or newer style drive gear. If you don't have the updated drive gear it can be purchased in the factory replacement parts section of the GreenHulk store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saum700p View Post
    What kinda price are we looking at on these? Somewhere around the price of the previous factory clutch?
    Yamaha has not released any pricing info as of yet, but I suspect it will be in line with the 2020 and older clutch.


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    Esperemos que aguante mas que el de ahora

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    I canít wait to test it 🔥

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    Is there an ETA on these yet?

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    So looks like the new clutch is now available but what do the specific notes mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    27 sprag teeth on the 2021 clutch VS 24 on the older clutch
    Is there any benefit to the newly designed clutch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by R S View Post
    Is there any benefit to the newly designed clutch?
    the more teeth, the more surface area to grab/ and thus holding power/reliability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mittens View Post
    the more teeth, the more surface area to grab/ and thus holding power/reliability.
    Ok, makes sense. Stronger clutch is better. Thanks.

    Now all I have to do is take delivery of my 2021 GP1800R. Few more months I am assuming.

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