HOME ARTICLES JOIN GALLERY STORE SPONSORS MARKETPLACE CONTACT US  
Register | FAQ | Search | Memberlist
Username:    Password:       Forgot your password?
BIKELAND > FORUMS > BIKE CHAT > Thread: Bikeland's Grudge Race a Huge Success! NEW TOPIC NEW POLL POST REPLY
matt sterbator


Pro
Hiding in the bushes
Posts: 1367
posted June 13, 2005 06:34 PM        
quote:
Matt,speak to Rick...i'm pretty sure the '02 hub is the ticket to that clutch....along with the plates he recommended to you.99% the Muzzy hub is a modified 00/01 piece...like I said earlier I have almost 100 passes on the clutch in my bike...Rick gave me the part #'s for everything and he did the installation....all by the book!I'm pretty sure the springs are all 02 stockers too...check it out,you can't argue with his success...jus my .02


Yeah, I know... hard to argue with that, especially two different bikes, two different riders.... really good riders at that.

  Ignore this member    Click here to visit Matt Sterbator's homepage. 
vozizm


Needs a job
Got Nothing Witty To Say
Posts: 4417
posted June 13, 2005 06:37 PM        
You sure was Tanner...had me skeered ya was gonna go boom after 4 back to back runs!!
____________
VOZ

  Ignore this member   
matt sterbator


Pro
Hiding in the bushes
Posts: 1367
posted June 13, 2005 06:54 PM        
quote:
You sure was Tanner...had me skeered ya was gonna go boom after 4 back to back runs!!

Damn Busas can do that :P

  Ignore this member    Click here to visit Matt Sterbator's homepage. 
fish_antlers


Administrator
The Truth is Out There
Posts: 21871
posted June 13, 2005 08:03 PM        
dis link and pix of Flood's wheelie make it to psychobike or dragbike.com yet?

http://www.bikeland.org/board/viewthread.php?FID=13&TID=17834&set_time=?
____________
What business is it of yours where I'm from, Friendo?


  Ignore this member    Click here to visit fish_antlers's homepage. 
Speedfab


Novice Class
Posts: 79
posted June 13, 2005 08:53 PM        
quote:
quote:


lol that looks like the Sterbator special cajun style clutch.


That pretty much sums up the day for me, lol. Put a clutch in soaked with oil, make a few passes, pull it out and it's almost completely dry.


So that IS your bike? LMAO my psychic skillz are better than Ms Cleo.

  Ignore this member    Click here to visit Speedfab's homepage. 
psycho1122


Pro
Posts: 1607
posted June 14, 2005 08:07 AM        
Hey you guys with "Dry Clutch" issues....

Cross Drill your Pusher shaft .040 in the area between the Needle bearing landing and the stop. Because the Pusher is HOLLOW, it will get plenty of metered oil from the Input Shaft.

This dual spray of oil will give you PLENTY of cooling oil INSIDE your Hub as it spins.

"Grinding a Flat" on your Pusher Shaft will only give you flow when the Clutch is dis-engaged. The "stop" on the Pusher acts as a plug when the clutch is engaged. Plus it is a little crude.

As some of you have noticed, even the Muzzy Hub does not flow much oil to the inside of the hub.

Later Gentleman!
____________
You say PSYCHO like it's a BAD thing!!

  Ignore this member   
VincentHill


Needs a life
Posts: 6520
posted June 14, 2005 08:34 AM        
I understand what you mean, but I do not understand what you said! Are you saying the that pusher piece is hollow and will flow oil from the end in the Shaft to the area where the Needle bearing is if you cross drill a small hole there? That would supply Oil in the Needle Bearing and Pressure Plate but not the rest of the clutch.
____________
Made History @ Daytona and still one fast old man!!

  Ignore this member   
VincentHill


Needs a life
Posts: 6520
posted June 14, 2005 08:40 AM        
What is meant by "BIG Plates? 2 MM thick? or are the larger Diameter? or are the wider? I saw someone that drilled larger holes in their clutch hub and added a second hole in the bearing race and they got "Too" Much Oil in the clutch and it would be full when they returned and hurt their ET
____________
Made History @ Daytona and still one fast old man!!

  Ignore this member   
matt sterbator


Pro
Hiding in the bushes
Posts: 1367
posted June 14, 2005 11:48 AM        
No more pics I guess ?
  Ignore this member    Click here to visit Matt Sterbator's homepage. 
BROOKLYNNYZX12


Zone Head
Posts: 514
posted June 14, 2005 12:37 PM        Edited By: BROOKLYNNYZX12 on 14 Jun 2005 13:39
V.Hill,the part #'s for the plates are in the other post,these are the plates that Rick and I are using with no modifications to the pusher or any holes drilled anywhere else .
matt sterbator wrote....No more pics I guess ? I want more pics too Fish!
____________
Orient Express Top Street Bike Winner 8-4-07

  Ignore this member   
matt sterbator


Pro
Hiding in the bushes
Posts: 1367
posted June 14, 2005 12:44 PM        
At the crab whore shack, he said he hadn't had time to think about it... time has passed, post up whore :P
  Ignore this member    Click here to visit Matt Sterbator's homepage. 
VincentHill


Needs a life
Posts: 6520
posted June 14, 2005 12:44 PM        
Thanks Brooklyn
____________
Made History @ Daytona and still one fast old man!!

  Ignore this member   
Hells Dark Lord


Needs a life
living life, and loving it.
Posts: 7981
posted June 14, 2005 01:11 PM        
you guys need to send those baskets to Roger and let him open up the passages and feed more oil to them...he did it on my 12 adn it worked great.....
____________
When in doubt, lean farther and go faster....

  Ignore this member   
your car is slow


Needs a job
Fuck Nitrous...Got Boost?
Posts: 4089
posted June 14, 2005 01:15 PM        
Im still foggy about how holes in the basket translates to more oil getting to the center of the clutch plates.

More holes in the HUB perhaps...but the basket?
____________
Do not taunt happy fun ball!

  Ignore this member    Click here to send Your Car Is Slow an AIM message. 
BROOKLYNNYZX12


Zone Head
Posts: 514
posted June 14, 2005 02:16 PM        
YCIS,thats right the hub is the difference,when the basket was mentioned it was in the context of tipping the bike to the right to get some oil on the plates.The hub is the difference IMHO,the '00,'01 hub along with the Muzzy modified hub is different than the stock '02 hub.If you read one of Rick's posts he mentions the size of the holes in the '02 hub..I guess best iss seeing them side by side,Osti33 gonna post pics...maybe we can tell then.
____________
Orient Express Top Street Bike Winner 8-4-07

  Ignore this member   
TurboBlew


Moderator
BUSY DOING THE SCHIAVO
Posts: 4590
posted June 14, 2005 02:52 PM        
Im confused because I had an 02 and it had problems with the clutch just like my 00 model did. Even inspected the parts side by side.

THe oil flow comes from the center shaft. You have to line the notched piece on the bushing up with the spline valley to get the max flow.

  Ignore this member   
VincentHill


Needs a life
Posts: 6520
posted June 14, 2005 03:12 PM        
quote:
Im confused because I had an 02 and it had problems with the clutch just like my 00 model did. Even inspected the parts side by side.

THe oil flow comes from the center shaft. You have to line the notched piece on the bushing up with the spline valley to get the max flow.


Good Idea! I never even thought about that
____________
Made History @ Daytona and still one fast old man!!

  Ignore this member   
CrotchRocket


Moderator
Bracket Racing with Betsy
Posts: 8038
posted June 14, 2005 04:09 PM        
I wouldnt be drilling holes into the billet basket either!!!...It will make it weak...
____________
Jason Miller StreetBike Seminars

*****DragRacers do it better, because they dont cut Corners*****

  Ignore this member    Click here to visit CrotchRocket's homepage. 
TurboBlew


Moderator
BUSY DOING THE SCHIAVO
Posts: 4590
posted June 14, 2005 04:47 PM        
Did you use the wrong smiley or am I missing the sarcasm in your post?

quote:


Good Idea! I never even thought about that

  Ignore this member   
kawachan


Pro
Posts: 1031
posted June 14, 2005 07:28 PM        
I had a great time and got to meet a lot of the guys and ladies that post here. Finally got to meet Doug Meyer, VH, the New York Crew, the Florida Crew, and the Iowa/Illinois Crew and all the others..

Did anybody else notice that almost everybody showed up with a particular group??

I think I only got in 15-16 passes on the "Half o' 12"


____________
RED NINJAS RULE!!

  Ignore this member   
MadMike


Moderator
FEAR THE BLACK FLAG!!!!!!!!
Posts: 6579
posted June 15, 2005 04:42 AM        
quote:
I wouldnt be drilling holes into the billet basket either!!!...It will make it weak...


I have seen Ryan Schnitz do that to make it lighter.....dont know how long it lasted or if he had any issues. I believe if drilled correctly it would be very strong. I am not doing it to mine though....
____________
200-MPH CLUB MEMBER!

  Ignore this member    Click here to visit MadMike's homepage. 
TurboBlew


Moderator
BUSY DOING THE SCHIAVO
Posts: 4590
posted June 15, 2005 04:49 AM        
I had Falicon drill my 2002 basket. No problems on it.
____________
Official Charter Member of the RIDERS OF KAWASAKI MEMBERSHIP REVOCATION CLUB
Also a BadAss Internet Forum Moderator 4 Hire!! Come at me brah!

  Ignore this member   
psycho1122


Pro
Posts: 1607
posted June 15, 2005 07:09 AM        
Come on Guys! This is simple!

A good "Pre-Metered" flow of oil comes from the Input shaft. The Pusher is Hollow.

VinceHill....You cross drill the Pusher BEHIND the landing that the needle bearing rides on, which happens to be just in front of the Stop. Pardon my terminology.....what I mean by "Stop" on the Pusher is the portion of the Pusher that only lets the shaft go so far into the Input Shaft. If you cross drill this area .040, you will get a nice dual spray of oil INSIDE your Hub as it spins!! With the Hub properly drilled, you will get oil to the plates. SIMPLE.

Hope this helps you guys.
____________
You say PSYCHO like it's a BAD thing!!

  Ignore this member   
Jason Miller


Parking Attendant
Posts: 2
posted June 15, 2005 12:22 PM        
Glad you all had a great time! It was great to meet all of you!
  Ignore this member   
osti33


Needs a job
Posts: 2973
posted June 15, 2005 01:47 PM        
It was great meeting you too Jason. You guys have a top notch facility. Thanks for everything and congrats on the win in 60 inch.
  Ignore this member   
All times are America/Va [ This thread is 5 pages long: 1  2  3  4  5     Next» ] < Previous Thread     Next Thread >
BIKELAND > FORUMS > BIKE CHAT > Thread: Bikeland\'s Grudge Race a Huge Success! NEW TOPIC NEW POLL POST REPLY

FEATURED NEWS   Bikeland News RSS Feed

HEADLINES   Bikeland News RSS Feed


Copyright 2000-2023 Bikeland Media
Please refer to our terms of service for further information
0.21703195571899 seconds processing time