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Graham.
Glasgow,
United Kingdom

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Posts: 446
Daytona T595


icon07 Mar 2016 12:38
EBC /Walker clutch springs.. Got a set of EBC springs from Demon Tweeks a few weeks back .. then misplaced them ...OK F it onto Flea-Bay and got a set of Walker springs . go it fit then ..Yip find the EBC set ..so witch ones to fit.. off to work put them onto the small load jig .... EBC 10% difference between upper and lower rate of the set .and on average 11% over stock springs... Walker 2% difference between upper and lower rate of springs and on average 14% over stock springs !!! Walker it is then. and a call to Demon Tweeks ..
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Gazmo65
East Midlands,
United Kingdom

Premier Member
Posts: 536
Enthusiast


icon16 Mar 2016 12:55
I fitted Daytona 1200 clutch springs to my 1999 955 speed triple no more clutch slip and the lever isn't any heavier and they were cheap from a Triumph main stealer:smile:
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Graham.
Glasgow,
United Kingdom

Premier Member
Posts: 446
Daytona T595


icon16 Mar 2016 21:56
Now you mention it ... think I seen that on here ... ho well 20 / 20 hindsight ... but at least I now know EBC are s!$%e.
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DavyS
Edinburgh,
United Kingdom

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Posts: 54
Daytona 955i (02)


icon13 Jun 2016 15:08
Gazmo, what year of daytona 1200 were the springs for, as i am looking to do this to my 955i, year '00.

Cheers:grin:
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Steve Leeson
North Yorkshire,
United Kingdom

Enthusiast


icon14 Jun 2016 11:50
I'd be interested to know also as there are three different sets on WOT
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Gazmo65
East Midlands,
United Kingdom

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Posts: 536
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icon14 Jun 2016 15:08
Sorry no idea I went to Pure Triumph in Wellingborough and asked for them, but if you can wait a day or two i have the bag they came in and will get the part number off of it, I think it was the cheaper ones at 53p each I know they didnt cost much.
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Gazmo65
East Midlands,
United Kingdom

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Posts: 536
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icon14 Jun 2016 18:45
Ok found the bag the clutch springs came in but the number does'nt match WOT part numbers but here you go 1170047-T is on the bag it may help
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Gazmo65
East Midlands,
United Kingdom

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Posts: 536
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icon15 Jun 2016 16:52
Just found the receipt and part numbers 1170047-T0301 with a description of Spring CL Press - T312SP and the cost was £0.45 +VAT hope this helps
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Steve Leeson
North Yorkshire,
United Kingdom

Enthusiast


icon17 Jun 2016 10:16
Thats spot-on chap, cheers :smile:
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DavyS
Edinburgh,
United Kingdom

Premier Member
Posts: 54
Daytona 955i (02)


icon18 Jun 2016 17:57
Yer a guid man Gazmo:thumbup:
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