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flatoutbu


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posted August 14, 2006 09:36 PM        
when i ran my bike on the middle hole of my lowering link i was doing 1.50 sixty 6 inchs out...with stock somewhere around 1.57. The lowest hole i have ben doing 1.47-1.46. I had to put about 3 or 4 cranks on my spring to help with the rubbing...and it still does alittle.
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halvefast


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posted August 15, 2006 12:14 AM        Edited By: halvefast on 15 Aug 2006 08:16
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Just pulled the clutch to inspect after 54 runs, normal 3 spaced heat spots on the steels,
fibers still look good, removed the inner concave spring washer.
Soaked the plates for a couple hours in fresh oil and shimmed up the static spring pressure 0.090.
I will be back out trying to run a 9 something again on Friday night

Question has anyone confirmed that the ZX11 plates are the correct size and thickness yet?
The pads on these fibers have large gaps, plus I believe they could do with a little more oiling.
What oiling mods were do to the 12R hub to add more oil?


Here are some pics of the clutch after 54 passes:


Notice how small the pads are, this must be for oiling I'm thinking.

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flatoutbu


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posted August 15, 2006 05:09 AM        
Halvefast...did you notice the fiber in the picture...the bottom one has larger pads. This is what i replaced mine with...it the first fiber you see when you pull the cover off. I left the inner most fiber the same with the cahtter rings in and replaced all the rest. Your stack hight will be a smidge taller but after acouple passes it was fine.
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halvefast


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posted August 15, 2006 05:22 AM        
The pad is longer so it uses more surface of the steel is what you mean?
You put this fiber all the way through except for the inner most plate?
Did you measure the stack height difference, maybe this is enough
to not need any added spring seat pressure??? Just a thought.
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flatoutbu


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posted August 16, 2006 12:16 AM        
Yes...the pad is longer and has more surface area. I replace all the fibers except the thin one and the chatter rings. Stack hight was alittle taller but the clutch wore down to stock hight. I shimmed my clutch at the same time so at first it was alittle stiff but after a few pass's it felt great...at least to my taste. I would say it was probaly 1 or 2 mm taller or maybe at the most a 1/16 of a inch taller. I think this set-up would be good if you didnt want to shim your clutch and keep the bike stock length.
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