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Question Yoyodyne slipper clutch (plate sequence?)

Hello gentlemen,

I need some help, its been awhile since ive put one of these things in.

What order do you put these things in on a Yoyodyne slipper clutch, ive totally forgot and the '03 has been apart for a few years.

so the friction disk at the very back of the stack (#25) on a OEM clutch (first installed) is slightly smaller to allow for the judder springs

refer: Honda Motorcycle Parts 2004 RVT1000R A CLUTCH Diagram

Order of Install on OEM clutch:
1.judder springs (#24,26)
2. friction disk 22202-MAT-000 (#25)
3. plate 22321-MAT-000 (#7)
4. 22201-MAT-E00 (#5)
>>>>then it alternates (#5, #7) till finally:
5. friction disk 22201-MAT-000 (#6) this is the farthest "out" in the stack.

Which order do these go in on a yoyodyne slipper clutch? I know there was some special order for this slipper clutch and perhaps the use of 1 extra plate?, I just cant remember

somebody help me out, and tell me which order these things install from 1st installed to last

thanks again guys
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The first plate to go in should be the same as the last plate to go in

This plate has a special part #. You'll have to purchase one from Honda as you'll now require two of them instead of one.


Then a steel, then the special friction with judder, then the normal sequence and end with the last plate clocked one groove over in the basket (this last plate is different than the normal friction plates)
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The first plate to go in should be the same as the last plate to go in

This plate has a special part #. You'll have to purchase one from Honda as you'll now require two of them instead of one.


Then a steel, then the special friction with judder, then the normal sequence and end with the last plate clocked one groove over in the basket (this last plate is different than the normal friction plates)


so this first plate is (friction disk 22202-MAT-000 (#25)) this has a slightly larger inner ID to allow for the judder springs.

so basically install as OEM and replace the very last "friction disk" (last installed) with friction disk 22202-MAT-000 (#25)?

am I understanding this correctly?

thanks Wibbly for your help, I know you answered this on FB before but I never got around to installing this sucker till now.

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no. not at all. lol.


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part #6 goes in first, then part #7, then part #24, 25, and 26, then part #7, then part #5, then 7 then 5 etc until you get to the last plate which is ANOTHER #6


you need two #6 plates. your stack only has one. you need to go buy another.


#6 is designed to work against aluminum, so it goes on both ends of your clutch as both ends are aluminum. in the stock clutch the judder plate (#25) sits against the hub so you don't need a second #6.


got it? the judder assembly has to be moved out in the stack so the judder washer can't fall behind the hub and jam the hub open.
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