Clutch plates thickness requirements?
Can anyone tell me what the thickness should be for the clutch plates and when the service manual says they should be replaced at? I see online that there are 4 types in the clutch stack, total of 13 plates. The outer most friction plate and steel plate, then 6 other friction plates that are all the same, and 5 other steel plates that are all the same. I plan on taking the clutch apart and checking the thickness on all the plates tomorrow because I'm pretty sure some are worn out beyond what they should be. I just want to get an idea because I'm hoping I don't have to replace all of them. Bike Bandit sells everything individually and most times it's just the friction plates that need replacing but I want to check all to make sure.
2007 ZZR600 (sold)
2006 CBR600 (sold)
2010 1198 (parted out across north america)
2013 CBR500R (race bike)
2009 ZX6R (race bike)