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CrotchRocket


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posted June 15, 2005 03:39 PM        
Nice to see ya on DragBikeZone, J...

I'll see ya next week
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matt sterbator


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posted June 15, 2005 04:26 PM        
Pics ?
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ninja12


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posted June 16, 2005 12:05 AM        
psycho do you have a picture?
If you drill the puller on the tranmission side of the stop the hole will only be exposed when the clutch is pulled. This will work like the flat sided puller. right?
Unless the puller is not fully seated against the ouput shaft.
since the roller bearing and washer sit on the other side of the stop any mods to that side
would be a waste because its would result in oil outside the basket.
Any special bits needed to drill the puller?

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ZXLNT


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posted June 16, 2005 12:40 AM        
Its probably hardened like MF'er. EMD or a stone might drill it.. I dont know if a metal bit will drill it..
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psycho1122


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posted June 16, 2005 06:39 AM        
Sorry....No Picture.

ninja12; you are close. There is a space between the "stop" and the needle bearing "landing" on the Pusher. This "gap" or space resides INSIDE the Hub and BEHIND the Pressure Plate and Needle Bearing. Remember, it is called a "Pusher" due to the fact that it "pushes" against the Pressure Plate.

ZXLNT; Correct, I had mine EMD drilled due to the size of hole and hardness.
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NINJA12


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posted June 16, 2005 11:30 AM        
How much to have a pusher EMD drilled?
Can you get one done for me?
I need to get the clutch eater fixed.

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psycho1122


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posted June 16, 2005 05:51 PM        
Mine was done for $60.00 out here in Chandler AZ.

I could have it done. You cover shipping.
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Tanner


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posted June 18, 2005 04:19 AM        
I know that after my 27th pass my clutch started to break down as well, wait.......No it didn't! ha ha ha I love my busa!
Calm down 12r people...I can bash you guys alitlle bit now that I got to meet some of you!
Reading all of the above sounds like an opportunity for some of you mechanically inclined 12r riders to become filthy rich and invent some kinda clutch for the 12's that will not overheat and let go.
In my line of work ...I could make a nice looking one out of wood...but I don't think that you would be happy with the results....j/k.
I just wanted to chime in and say hi to everyone!
Tanner
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MadMike


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posted June 18, 2005 06:06 AM        
Tanner, If I weighed in at 85lbs.. I could have made 27 passes also.....
I have one buddy that has a busa, and works great his 02 never changed the clutches ever!
his 03 1-2 a year now. but then I have a friend who is 300, and dude he can smoke a clutch in 10 passes!
Oh and you dont have to worry about smoking a clutch if you launch like a p#$%y......

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ra12r


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posted June 18, 2005 07:06 AM        
If your launching technique includes "slipping" the clutch TOOOOOO LONGGGG, then you cannot,,,,,I said CANNOT blame the clutch, hub holes, or cool down as the problem.

There is a basic fundamental here....if the clutch is engaged, then it is NOT slipping to burn up. So if your clutches are slipping then your tire is NOT spinning. Let go of the clutch SOONER, and learn to use the torque of the motor to PULL instead of line rpm's which require extreme slipping to control a wheelie.

When I meet all of you at another event, you will watch me go "back to back" until the bike gets hot. The clutch on this bike is not the problem. Same thing with my 01 R6 7000 miles and over 600 passes on OEM clutches. 6.9's in the 1/8 all day usually 35-40 passes. Launching styles is the current problem now that the issues with the clutch are solved.
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psycho1122


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posted June 18, 2005 07:17 AM        
TANNER;

I have the solution to the overheating clutch issue.

Just read my posts.....................
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posted June 18, 2005 07:17 AM        Edited By: fish_antlers on 18 Jun 2005 08:19
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When I meet all of you at another event, you will watch me go "back to back" until the bike gets hot. The clutch on this bike is not the problem. Same thing with my 01 R6 7000 miles and over 600 passes on OEM clutches. 6.9's in the 1/8 all day usually 35-40 passes. Launching styles is the current problem now that the issues with the clutch are solved.



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psycho1122


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posted June 18, 2005 07:36 AM        
RA;

I hate to say this, BUT! You have the wierdest angles on most subjects here!

What are you SMOKIN'!!
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matt sterbator


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posted June 18, 2005 08:35 AM        
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If your launching technique includes "slipping" the clutch TOOOOOO LONGGGG, then you cannot,,,,,I said CANNOT blame the clutch, hub holes, or cool down as the problem.

There is a basic fundamental here....if the clutch is engaged, then it is NOT slipping to burn up. So if your clutches are slipping then your tire is NOT spinning. Let go of the clutch SOONER, and learn to use the torque of the motor to PULL instead of line rpm's which require extreme slipping to control a wheelie.

Seriously, this sounds like you've got little to no experience actually drag racing a 12R.

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When I meet all of you at another event, you will watch me go "back to back" until the bike gets hot. The clutch on this bike is not the problem. Same thing with my 01 R6 7000 miles and over 600 passes on OEM clutches. 6.9's in the 1/8 all day usually 35-40 passes. Launching styles is the current problem now that the issues with the clutch are solved.

I get it now, R6 = 12R.

Forget the R6, what have you ran on a 12R ? How many passes, what clutch set up ?



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matt sterbator


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posted June 18, 2005 08:36 AM        
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TANNER;

I have the solution to the overheating clutch issue.

Just read my posts.....................

Serious question, what do you run on your 12R regularly ? What clutch set up ?

It's a 1270 if I remember correctly ? Thanks

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Tanner


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posted June 18, 2005 09:17 AM        
OK Mike..... you have gone alittle too far and have really hurt my feelings.....I weigh alittle more than 85lbs damn it, you forgot about the leathers and boots that I had on!!!!! They are good for atleast another 15lbs. ha ha ha
I actually can't help but to launch at full throttle because it just about throws my light ass right off the back of my bike. Thank god for the ole' Busa hump or my legs would be straight off the back of the bike. I would look like superman going down the track.
Hats off to a good group of guys...I really had a blast!!!


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psycho1122


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posted June 18, 2005 09:41 AM        
Check my posts in Dragbike Zone....
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MadMike


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posted June 18, 2005 10:45 AM        
LOL... Yea it was a blast!!! and thanks for paying up on Spyral's Corona debt!!!! I Mucho appreciated it!!!

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Nukedog


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posted June 18, 2005 12:06 PM        
Tanner - when are you gonna find time to race with the locals?
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posted June 18, 2005 12:19 PM        
pretty wet looking at the moment....blah.
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Tanner


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posted June 18, 2005 12:57 PM        
I'm ready whenever Nuke.....I just got back on my bike. It has been in the garage and unriden for about 1-2 months. We need to set up a night to head to Gainesville or somewhere like that. I'm ready.
Tanner

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posted June 20, 2005 01:41 PM        
Nothing against ra12r but if I was running "6.9's in the 1/8", I would not be smoking clutches either.....


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kzz1


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posted June 20, 2005 04:34 PM        
Ra12R... what are your 60& 330 to go a 6.9 in eights on the R6?
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matt sterbator


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posted June 20, 2005 05:04 PM        
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Ra12R... what are your 60& 330 to go a 6.9 in eights on the R6?

He had the cams and the axles balanced :P

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posted June 20, 2005 05:18 PM        
He had Ryan Schnitz aboard it....lol

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Ra12R... what are your 60& 330 to go a 6.9 in eights on the R6?

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