How are you measuring your stack height? opcorn:
No, I have the manual it states what the height should be but not to check it only individual plates and total. The reason I ask is I read on another internet site how critical for slipper clutches that the height should be 1mm more from base plate to pressure plate.I think you either measure the plates friction alone or maybe friction and steel together.... should be in the manual.... I'll look
Yeah that's the article I found your just to fast FAF I posted after you. I have that exact measuring tool so do I just pull the hub and base and make sure it's 1mm diff?
Yes sir , 1.0-1.2 mm would be good.
yeah gotcha on that one RR, I was trying to see if you read that article in the beginning of this thread(link) how you should measure with a slipper-clutch. I did measure what came out just now and it's just under 53.mm. I will measure both ways before I put in though. :wink: :thumbsup:In the 04-05 10R the clutch stack height works best at 53.3-53.6mm. :thumbsup: You take that measurement with all the steels and fibers.
Ok, here is some new info.....after I installed the clutch plates I kept getting to much slack in the cables up front and causing engaging problems after riding it a bit in 1st then going to neutral gears and back and down shifting. So yesterday when it was really bad I adjusted the lower mechanism at the clutch hub when it was HOT(not cold this time) as there was a lot of slack to be taken out....and did a ride today and seems to have worked but not sure it was a cool day. I need more testing and some drag runs to see if the bike is applying power like it did before and not slipping.:dontknow: but todays test seems to show some promise. :wink:Good information, good post. Keep the info.coming. Thanks bluedevil!