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do u just tighten the bolt to adjust the rpms it in gages in
 

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I don't know a lot about clutching, but I know for sure that tightening the bolt has nothing to do with when the clutch engages. To adjust engagement, you have to install different springs into the primary clutch.
 

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to increase or decrease rpm level of engagment, you have to put in a softer stiffer spring. most of the time, when you mess with springs, you change the weights also.
 

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The simplest explaination is

Spring and weight's in the primary clutch determine the engagement rpm's.
Spring and spring setting's in the secondary clutch determine the peak rpm's.

Obviously there are many, many, many combination's to work with, depending on what your goal's are.

Like I said that is the simplest explaination.

Rick
 

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Festus33 said:
The simplest explaination is

Spring and weight's in the primary clutch determine the engagement rpm's.
Spring and spring setting's in the secondary clutch determine the peak rpm's.

Obviously there are many, many, many combination's to work with, depending on what your goal's are.

Like I said that is the simplest explaination.

Rick
weights also determine top rmps
 
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