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    Secondary clutch timing

    Just to say 1st thing, I did a search and could not find it,

    I need to time the secondary clutch on a 94 vmax 600, any help is appreciated.
    By the way I did not take it apart, I have been left to the task of re-assembly.

    Fran

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    Time a secondary clutch???? Sorry dont know what you want to do??
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    during re-assembly when I install the helix the spring needs to be set into A,B,C and 1,2,3 prior to closing and installing shims and c-clip.

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    It is called pre load tension.
    Look for the pre load spec for your machine and adjust between abc123 to obtain the needed preload
    Fix it till its broke!

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