Ok you asked for it. :face-icon-small-tonPlease tell us what you have learned about clutching. Asking questions about theory is OK also.
Keep posts about clutching THEORY not what one setup works with one sled.
Ok another Q for this one:
Spinning 9400 - 9600 with 150/340 spring and 62gr supertips, bearcat seondary with 54/44 and green snopro spring.
Want to get more umph at takeoff and possibly lower the max rpm a little.
Have a 165/310 primary spring. Any bets on the results?
Does the flyweight have composite materials to move around? (nuts/bolts/setcrews)Law
Lever or flyweight Center of gravity distance from crankshaft center determines rpm acceleration (TRA)&(Comet type)
are you sure about this? if i gear down and puts a lighter spring in the secondary it would upshift even faster, right?On gearing, the lower you are geared the less secondary side pressure is needed due to the decreased load on the secondary.
• Use to control upshift
• Shallower angle (smaller number) = faster upshift and slower backshift
isnt the other way, shallower angle= SLOWER upshift and better backshift?
steeper angle= more upshift but slower backshift. Thats why you need a stiffer secondary spring if you choose a steep helix and still wants some backshift left.
Thanks for this; I'll go back and edit in the Clutching Basics thread, I had it that way then changed it. Sorry I suck at life.