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    New 2011 clutch "Tested ??"

    Before Buying the new clutch .....

    Is there any company or person who have tested it some time ago ...
    Is the new clutch approved on higher horse power ??

    Are is it again a wild guess ??


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    please test with very high boost wheel ,
    such as 20+psi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teerayoot View Post
    please test with very high boost wheel ,
    such as 20+psi
    If you can find bearing to hold the 20 pounder. What would go fist bearings or clutch? Both

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    I'll say the same thing I said in the other thread.

    There is no end all part to fix clutch issues. This clutch will be a good improvement, and when coupled with other soon to hit the market parts will provide much better clutch life. I would just get used to the idea of replacing the clutch every once in a while. IMO, if they can get a combo that will make a clutch live an entire season of racing, I would say they are doing well. How you ride your ski and how aggressively it's tuned are still the determining factors as to how long your clutch will live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitman View Post
    I'll say the same thing I said in the other thread.

    There is no end all part to fix clutch issues. This clutch will be a good improvement, and when coupled with other soon to hit the market parts will provide much better clutch life. I would just get used to the idea of replacing the clutch every once in a while. IMO, if they can get a combo that will make a clutch live an entire season of racing, I would say they are doing well. How you ride your ski and how aggressively it's tuned are still the determining factors as to how long your clutch will live.
    Actually there is a fix for the clutch, the shaft, the bearings and all the other parts in the HKS charger is called Turbo. lol

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    i got the 20 pound wheel hks so lets see how it goes
    Quote Originally Posted by 556SBR View Post
    Actually there is a fix for the clutch, the shaft, the bearings and all the other parts in the HKS charger is called Turbo. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by kristian4802 View Post
    i got the 20 pound wheel hks so lets see how it goes
    waiting for your result.
    i might plan to upgrade to 20psi wheel and sell E1,
    if new clutch able to handle it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teerayoot View Post
    waiting for your result.
    i might plan to upgrade to 20psi wheel and sell E1,
    if new clutch able to handle it.
    The new clutch will handle the 20 psi "better" but what about the bush bearings, thrust washers and plate, and gear cog on the shaft in the supercharger housing?
    + the retune on the vipec.

    Bolt-ons are great, until they break off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunna View Post
    The new clutch will handle the 20 psi "better" but what about the bush bearings, thrust washers and plate, and gear cog on the shaft in the supercharger housing?
    + the retune on the vipec.

    Bolt-ons are great, until they break off.
    kristian4802 one who brave enough ,
    or someone might just put 20psi+ wheel just for close course,
    or endurance race,
    and win race that worth enough ,
    if engine can handle 20psi that long enough for race,


    but hobbyist a like ,tell us feedback kristian4802 .

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    Quote Originally Posted by kristian4802 View Post
    i got the 20 pound wheel hks so lets see how it goes
    20 pounds on stock internals?

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