New Clutch Set

Distributor Rotor distributes the high voltage from the coil to the correct cylinder. This is done by the cap and rotor. The coil is connected to the rotor, which spins inside the cap. The rotor spins past a series of contacts, one contact per cylinder. As the tip of the rotor passes each contact, a high-voltage pulse comes from the coil. The pulse arcs across the small gap between the rotor and the contact and then continues down the spark-plug wire to the spark plug on the appropriate cylinder.

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Clutch Plate by Pioneer

Pioneer-Transmission Repair Parts

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Major changes have taken place in automatic transmission service in the past decade. The growths of front-wheel drive vehicles, electronics and other factors have caused a dramatic increase of transmission models. In the early days of the automatic transmission, there may have been only five or six transmission models in service. Today, that number is nearly 250 (and growing). The complexity of today's newer transmissions calls for more parts plus improved quality and service. Today's customer looks for quick service to get car or truck back on the road. This requires a reliable source of parts - including kits - to meet the service/repair expectations of customers, regardless of the year, make and model of the car or truck. This means a supplier with both depth and breadth of coverage, and the ability to deliver the parts and kits when you need them. Pioneer's line of automatic transmission service and repair products covers the automatic transmission market from A to Z; from Allison to ZF. Pioneer's transmission service parts line is comprised of well over 1500 part numbers. This is the most comprehensive line for domestic cars and trucks, which includes the industry's most extensive import coverage. Pioneer's line includes these components and kits:
* Filter Kits
* Master Kits
* Seals
* Valve Body Kits
* Sprig Kits
* Gasket Kits
* Supper Kits
* Bushings
* Banner Kits
* Overhaul Kits
* Filters
* Clutch Plates
* Modulators
Today's more sophisticated electronically-controlled transmissions are manufactured to higher tolerances than ever. Pioneer's comprehensive line of kits and replacement parts assures you and your customer that these critical parts are of original equipment quality for many miles of trouble-free operation.

Clutch and Pressure Plates

Clutch and Pressure Plates

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Clutch plates and pressure plates from Bosch have been a force in riding technology in India for many years.
Bosch clutch plates are manufactured using high quality friction material that facilitate easier and smoother shifting of gears, thus assuring a jerk free ride and optimum power transmission. The optimum carbon content in the pressure plates ensure easier disengagement due to spring effect. Keeping in line with international standards, the new range of Bosch clutch plates are completely asbestos free, eliminating exposure to cancer-causing materials, making them environmental friendly.
Benefits
o Long and Consistent Performance
o Reduced Vibration and Noise
o Easier gear shifting
o As per OE design

Clutch Plate by Wagner

Clutch Plate by Wagner

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The unique, patent-pending stabilizer plate in the Wagner Lewis Lightweight Pro Clutch is the key to a clutch that works better, longer. The CNC machined stabilizer plate, in conjunction with other precision components, allows your dry clutch to function perfectly. But it prevents the clutch plates from hammering the basket. The benefit to you is better feel and longer life, no matter how hard you use it or how much you slip it.
Wagner Lewis' superior design is the result of seven years of research and development. The finest materials, small-batch craftsmanship and quality control make a real difference that can be measured: at the left handlebar, with smooth engagement and great feel, at the seat of your pants with strong acceleration off the line and with a calendar, in years of extra service.
WHO NEEDS A CLUTCH THIS GOOD?
• Demanding riders who are upgrading because they want better clutch feel and overall performance.
• Sport-tourers and other high-mileage riders who want a clutch that will last virtually the life of their motorcycle.
• Hypermotard riders who want to back it into corners and need a strong clutch that has good feel, ferocious grip, and won't slip.
• The Dualistic who sees a winding road as a blank canvas.