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kin52
Posted 2015-03-17 3:39 PM (#171284)
Subject: Clutch upgrade time


Cruiser

Posts: 79
Louisville, KY
I have over 18000 miles on the bike and after all the mods my clutch is giving up on me.
I have the touring cams, reflashed ecm, top filter and performance front filter, adjustable timing gear, pcV and auto tune, ness big honkers.
Grabbing a handful of throttle gets the clutch squealing in most gears, If I shift in the upper rpms it can be easily felt as it slips awhile before slowly grabbing.
I'm changing over to barnett fibers and steels and the variable pressure plate . Hopefully the clutch will hold up without much change in feel. I called barnett and they were recommending the scorpion clutch but I have heard bad things from a few people so I'm not going that route.
I'll let you guys know how it works out after the switch.
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johnnyvision
Posted 2015-03-17 6:18 PM (#171289 - in reply to #171284)
Subject: Re: Clutch upgrade time


Visionary

Posts: 4273
start strengthing your grip you'll need it
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kin52
Posted 2015-03-18 4:00 AM (#171295 - in reply to #171289)
Subject: Re: Clutch upgrade time


Cruiser

Posts: 79
Louisville, KY
I guess its a good thing I started working on my forearm strength when I was a teenager.
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Arkainzeye
Posted 2015-03-18 5:43 AM (#171296 - in reply to #171284)
Subject: Re: Clutch upgrade time


Visionary

Posts: 3772
Pittsburgh, PA
im not shocked the clutch gave out so soon.. even with your mods... if your ever bored , do a parts Victory parts search and look at who all shares that clutch... that same clutch was used BEFORE the vision even came out... and used on Victory's that way a lot less.. so put the same clutch in a much heavier bike, then if you ride 2 up a lot, or tow a trailer etc etc.... hey, let me take the clutch from a ford focus and out it in the F150.. oh and btw im going to haul some horses as well.... lol
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