I ended up replacing fibers, steels and springs last time I serviced the clutch. The springs lose their tension over time. So, unless you like your job a lot and want to service the clutch twice; replace springs. Stock springs work great if the motor is stock.Got my Kaw part #s for the 2.3s and the 2.0s and new steels. Are the stock springs sufficant or do I need to look elsewhere for that. Other than springs, steels and plates, is there any other parts that I will wish later, that I replaced?
Make sure you get the clutch cover gasket.
I like to soak the fibers in oil for 24hrs.