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Old Wing Nut
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Motocross bikes and MV Agusta bikes are not the same thing. Although the engines are both similar architecture, the MX engine has a completely different duty cycle.
That said, a clutch is a clutch...and most OEM friction plates are organic compound.
Washers under springs are fine until you reach coil bind. Proper length and tension springs are better.
Metal plates only need replacement if warped, and never need to be "roughened up". Clean with a scotchbrite pad if you want.
Good friction plate material and clutch "stack height" is the key.
Clutch stack shrinks as friction plates wear. Springs sack from fatigue.
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