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Honda CR250 1978-80 ATC250R 1981 Clutch Kit

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SKU: KCLH05
ID: 3243
$89.95
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VintCo has all new Clutch plate kits for your Vintage Honda Dirt Bike and ATV that will get you back on track.  These Clutch kits will save you time and money as they come complete with steel and friction plates as well as the springs to complete the job with ease. The VintCo Clutch kits are made with modern materials and manufacturing techniques to ensure an as good or better than OEM fitment and performance. Our clutch cork friction plates are infused with aluminum particles designed to ensure smooth power delivery and fade-free performance. VintCo steel clutch plates won't expand and do not fade like aluminum clutch plates. The clutch springs are heat treated for maximum life.  The OEM part numbers are provided as a reference to ensure exact fitment. This is an OEM quality drop-in clutch plate kit that fits your Honda 1978-80 CR250 ATC250R 1981 This newly manufactured Clutch kit from VintCo will help you keep the ride going!


  • 6 Steel Plates / OE# 23311-200-000
  • 7 Friction Plates / OE# 22201-430-000
  • 6 Springs / OE# 22401-357-010
  • Clutch cork friction plates are infused with aluminum particles designed to ensure smooth power delivery and fade free performance. Clutch plates made of steel-steel plates won't expand and do not fade like aluminum plates. Clutch springs are heat treated for maximum life.

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Models

  • 1978 Honda CR250
  • 1979 Honda CR250
  • 1980 Honda CR250
  • 1981 Honda ATC250R

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Giddyup and rip!

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Received the clutch days before this last weekend race - The clutch install fit/form/function went well as expected. The clutch felt Good and operated without slipping. That weekend I ran my 1979 Honda CR 250 in a modern class race and scored a second (by inches to take first) first Moto came third second moto, mind you this wasn’t a vintage race. A fun result using this new clutch assembly!