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I didn't take any pics during the install so this will be less of a how to and more so just a set of pointers.

You will be a happy man if you have a clutch holding tool. If not consider buying one before the install.
Go to STM's website & print out the cbr600rr instructions. The ones I got with my clutch were different, older. Perhaps they've updated their clutch design to have one more piece, I don't know. All I know is, for me, both sets of instructions were wrong.

A few of the parts are pre-assembled. Don't soil your pants because you think you're missing parts, just check out what's pre assembled, and make sure it's all there.

You use the bearing from the pressure plate of the OEM clutch in the STM, the instructions don't mention this. It is a tight fit, so you might want to put the bearing in the freezer initially, or be prepared to carefully tap it in.

That's it for the most part. If you're doing an install, let me know how it goes.
 

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Impact gun works well. Takes 2sec to get the bolt out.

And yeah it took me a while to figure it out the stock bearing on the pressure plate
Thats another good point to mention. You're supposed to, according to the manual "un drift" the nut from the shaft, not sure if that was the term used for it. But the nut was bent at one spot to lock onto the shaft. I could not unbend it, so I simply got it off with a breaker bar.
 
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