So my clutch started slipping a little after rebuilding my starter, I found a piece of plastic, maybe a crusty piece of seal or some random locking ring that had lodged in my clutch and a few fried friction plates and steel discs. I had my original clutch kicking around and never liked the way the Barnett I installed felt, so I swapped in the thicker stock steel plates along with three worn sintered friction plates (the Barnett has some pink non metallic material) for a sort of mixed clutch on the cheap. I omited the little half friction disc and two steel spring rings that were in there, that I think were specific to the Barnett clutch but can't remember, I didn't measure my stack height but with the bike hitting 219° today I can still freely shift into neutral etc. So it seems okay but the springs look a little short ( not really a scientific measurement) I'm not too worried and actually like the way the clutch feels for once, much less chatter, I mixed and matched a few plates till I was comfortable with the throw, any downside to this? The bikes a bit of a budget beater so right now I'm happy with the fix, any obvious things I should look out for when setting up a clutch stack?