If you’ve got a 2006 Yamaha Apex GT, you’d better check the number stamped on the primary clutch. On the outer clutch cover, between...

If you’ve got a 2006 Yamaha Apex GT, you’d better check the number stamped on the primary clutch. On the outer clutch cover, between one of the sets of tower bolts and center clutch bolt, you will find either the correct ID code of “8FP00” or you will find the incorrect code of “8FN00”. The code with the “P” means you have the correct primary clutch assembly for that exact model. If your clutch is stamped with the “N” code, then you have the wrong primary clutch. Take it to your nearest Yamaha dealer and get the right one installed.
Last year, Yamaha contacted all owners of record of these models to have this inspection performed, but a number of units could still remain unchecked.

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