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post #1 of 13 Old 01-12-2012, 06:42 AM Thread Starter
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Question clutch ? about chatter....

I have searched and cant find exactly what I'm looking for soooo....
06 10r when drag racing, leaving under good load and decent revs clutch is grabbing and releasing. chain sounded like it was going to snap on time!
I read about the gen1 clutch w/judder spring from cycle concepts.... But my question is, is this the route to go or...?????
I do lots of street and quite a few race days at the track here... Any help would be appreciated
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Yep first gen clutch Pak with judder spring. Also inspect your clutch basket and make sure no groves have been worn into it.


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Slipper

You got to weld up the slipper function, 3rd gen clutch is just as good as 1st in my opinion. The inner basket is two pieces weld them together and problem solved. I have a spare I could weld up if your interested.

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What's ur gearing
-1 +1..
May go +2 this year, since I do lots of highway riding..
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-1 +1..
May go +2 this year, since I do lots of highway riding..
-1 +2 will slow your top end down,
get ya to top speed faster, but a slower top end speed.

If your gonna be doing alot of hwy riding, -1 is fine.
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You got to weld up the slipper function, 3rd gen clutch is just as good as 1st in my opinion. The inner basket is two pieces weld them together and problem solved. I have a spare I could weld up if your interested.
Guess I wasnt aware that a 3rd Gen fits in a 2nd.... What would this cost me
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-1 +2 will slow your top end down,
get ya to top speed faster, but a slower top end speed.

If your gonna be doing alot of hwy riding, -1 is fine.
let me refrase that.. I may go up in the rear only 1 tooth more because I do lots of highway riding and dont need the revs up. would like it for the 1/4 mi tho
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let me refrase that.. I may go up in the rear only 1 tooth more because I do lots of highway riding and dont need the revs up. would like it for the 1/4 mi tho
I'm -1 +2 and it is hard to keep the front end down.
I got one video where I wheelied at the launch and was still toting
the front end as I went across the finish line.

Great for wheelies tho.
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