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Old 01-21-2009, 01:19 PM   #1
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anyone used the Street Racer Clutch Set? thoughts?
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OEM is better.
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Old 01-21-2009, 01:25 PM   #3
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i put one in my bike yet but havent ran it yet. ive heard for street use it will tend to want to creep on you when stopped at a light because of the stiffer springs. if you go with it you might also want a steel braided clutch line to keep from ballooning the factory rubber line from the higher pressure, this will cause a spongy feel to the clutch.
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the only reason i opted for this is my bike at high rpms tends to slip the factory clutch cause they have an inherent oiling problem. the stiffer springs help this issue, but i still need to have my basket milled in a few places to allow for more oil flow.
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We've tried aftermarket fibers/ steels/ springs in our race bikes, even with the slipper clutch we've tried aftermarket stuff; we always go back to OEM. They last the longest and perform the best.
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Old 01-21-2009, 01:50 PM   #6
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thanks for the info, once i get my basket done i will go back to stock
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thanks for the info, once i get my basket done i will go back to stock
Do you need to modify the basket for stock?

Most of the time, those baskets are made from what equates (to me) as potmettle. Not very sturdy stuff, I don't know if I'd go grindin' in it unless there was no other option...
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the mod is very simple
http://www.factorypro.com/tech/clutch_y.html
i planned on using an endmill to make the small trenches
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