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    New clutch part number for the svho

    6ET-17800-00-00 Part number,,,, 483 list price, uses the same idler gear 18 tooth so I suspect its a 57 like the 13.
    So I guess we now have a 14 clutch. good news. the 13s break the sprag. They have all been
    6s5-17800-00 or 10, 2012year or 20 2013 year until now.


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    It's just a part number change. There are no changes to the sprag of the clutch. It's the same as a 2013 clutch

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    Im holding a 2013 and a 2014 in my hand and see no difference...
    but then again I haven't had a 2013 fail on me yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD 1 View Post
    Im holding a 2013 and a 2014 in my hand and see no difference...
    but then again I haven't had a 2013 fail on me yet



    different material or hardness possibly?

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    Okay, here's the official word from Yamaha. I will post more info If I get an update from them

    The last time I asked about the differences from the PN# 6ET-17800-00-00 vs. PN# 6S5-W1783-20-00, I was told that the bearing inside the 6ET assembly was a more durable one. Supposedly, all the other components of the assembly are the same. They have not posted the F3J & F3K/L service guides on the YMC portal yet to confirm the differences in a YMC document. I’ll confirm again and will inquire as to when they expect to have completed service guides for both.
    Yamaha is showing an availability date of 2/13/2014 for the new clutch.

    Hope that helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocketman View Post
    bearing? that is a part that does not break correct? So bad news. Why update a bearing when the sprag breaks all the time.
    I agree Kerry. Nobody has every had a problem with a bearing... only the sprag

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    I looking at using the fxsvho for off shore racing how can we increase the live of the clutch, I was hoping to add a bit more power as well

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    A quality BOV (TIAL or HKS) & Riva Dampener. Then get a R&D reflash for more power!!

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    Is diferent Riva dampener 2014?

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