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    Clutch comparison

    Hello all, just got my 2013 clutch and 57 tooth drive gear. Here are some visible differences. Not sure if anyone else has posted up pics like these:
    2011 on top 2013 on bottom, BIG difference in teeth size
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    Oiling holes on '13
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    Drive gear teeth are NARROWER: '11 on Left, '13 on Right

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    Drive gear teeth are sharper/pointier:

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    FZS Monty, Nice job posting detailed pictures of the differance, Well Done!!!!! Tommy Jordan

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    Interesting catch on the idler gear. I wonder if they slimmed it down to shave some weight.

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    wats the weight difference between the two intermediate gears???? if thats no trouble
    Quote Originally Posted by FZS Monty View Post
    Drive gear teeth are NARROWER: '11 on Left, '13 on Right

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    Hmmm given that thickness difference it might not be necessary to attempt to lighten the idler gear...

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    Quote Originally Posted by robbiestar View Post
    wats the weight difference between the two intermediate gears???? if thats no trouble
    Quote Originally Posted by FZS Monty View Post
    Drive gear teeth are NARROWER: '11 on Left, '13 on Right

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    No trouble at all,.. Here we go.

    Sorry I have to post separately, otherwise won't load up as a group of pics from iPad iOS 6

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    2013 gear with bearings: 411g

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