Diverse V-MAX parts webshop (GE)

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  1. May 13, 2012 #1

    Arlon

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    Hi V-Max owners.

    Maybe some of you has found this site already but these ones who don't...:rofl_200:

    Looking for all sorts of V-max 1,2/1,7 parts just surf on this website.
    http://www.v-max-f-maerz.de/

    Great webshop to do some ideas for pimping your V-MAX or to order new/replacing stock parts.

    Greetzzzz
     
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    naughtyG

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    These guys do have a LOT of great aftermarket parts.. Monkey happy!
     
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    Yes, Zip approves of this website for sure!
     

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    Please, I need to know where to buy complete clutch maintenance kit (rubbers and spring stuff).
    I found many offers on the web but cannot identify the one for my 1992 VMax
    Many thanks
     
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    The clutches are the same for all years.

    You are doing the clutch yourself? Try PCW in Schenectady NY. Call them, their website is very basic. Get the 'extra friction disc' set, which will come with a full set of friction discs, and an engine cover gasket. There is a half-friction disc in the OEM clutch which acts like a slipper clutch, you can replace it with a full-size stock friction disc to get a bit-more clutch area.

    They also have a heavy-duty diaphragm spring for not much $ and it's still an easy pull at the lever, but will also assist in a better-performing clutch. http://www.pcwracing.net/

    Let me know if you need someone local to do it, if you aren't working on your own bike.
     

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