- Nov 25, 2008
Sounds like you had some fun with clutch tapers!
Walked halfway down the road, turned out when I found out the 800 clutch did not fit. Never retapered or measured the 4S clutch, but the look of it is very similar to the 1000. So my best guess would be on that clutch.
I really like the newer style team with the bearing. I do belive it would do good on the 1000 also. Most likely not the best, but for the majority not having to bother with deflection, it provides more consistent tuning.
Thank you for the info. Will use the 1000 clutch for now. Did you ever get the one you were working on dialed in and finished? Did the D&D pipe work good?
We finally figured what our issue was yes. Pressure tested the engine, and it was leaking alot true the crank case between each side. Turned out previous owner when installing oil delete, had drilled from the crank case into the oilsump in the middle between inner bearings and seals. This lead to cross pulses between cylinders. It did wonder for the bottom end when we closed that up.
Loading it fairly good now, and still hits the rev limiter. Did not do much more testing before season ended.
Both me and the owner has grown abit older since we first started, and life has started taking more of our time, leaving less time for having fun.