So whats up with yours? Your borderline between the ypz and the yxr clutch year and model wise, cant remember when they switched.
Finding a good, used clutch for that sled will be a crap shoot, but there should be several parts or parts clutches available depending on your needs. It may serve your better interest seeking rebuild parts say like if the sheaves are scarred or the spider is cracked. Then there is always the comet style aftermarkets.
I have a pile of clutches and clutch parts taking up space that I would be more than happy seeing them go to good use as opposed to collecting dust.
Dad... Lol. I see rebuild kits but they dont replace much. So then i gotta pick and choose a ton of parts. My current one is not fully enguaging. Some rollers seem to have too much play etc. Ive seen the comet clutches. And on the yamaha parts house websites they offer a "kit" but dont mention whats in it.
So thats the yxr clutch. Most likely that kit #32 is long gone. Never really bought an entire kit, per say, knowing a thing or three about clutches, you have the movable sheave bushing, clutch cover bushing, rollers, rollers shim bushings, cam arm bushings, and probably a couple other wear parts.
If your sheaves are in good shape along with the spider, theres the major expense. I didnt take the time to see if the other wear parts were available on-line, but I probably have most the other wear parts needed to freshen up your clutch. Long story short, if I was in your shoes, I would go through what I had to know it was right before buying the proverbial "pig in a poke".
No difference between the e-starts and the pull starts clutch wise(just to narrow your search), the starter engages the ring gear attached to the flywheel.