I have a set of Hyperplates for my SP2 as well, I just haven't installed them yet.I just replaced the clutch in mine a couple of weeks ago with barnett disks and hyperpro plates and it really improved the feel big time.
How many miles you got on your bike? Might be time for a new clutch.
I've read about a ton of other people weighing them against stock and the numbers are all very similar so I didn't bother with it. The clutch just feels better all around. It engages alot sooner which I like. The only issue is for the 1st few hundred miles its a pain in the ass to find neutral but it becomes easier as the clutch gets some miles on it. I just started becoming concerned about weight so my custom 2:1 is supposed to shave me about 19lbs so that will helpI have a set of Hyperplates for my SP2 as well, I just haven't installed them yet.
It took months to receive them as a German company bought their entire stock and they had to restock their whole inventory.
When I tear the clutch apart I'll install fresh friction plates along with the Hyperplates in one operation.
How much clutch operation difference did they make?
I weighted my Hyperplates and they only came to 275 gm.
I'll weight my stock steel plates when I can.
I've been weighing almost everything when I work on it, just to have that data.
Where can I get it for 126?You can do what sub said or you can do what I did. I had 22K miles on my bike and wasn't comfortable with the stock clutch still in there. Looked around and determined for the price of a new clutch it would be well worth the cost. I know a place where you can get barnett discs and plates and new springs all for $126