over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

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over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby 1sam1 » Fri Apr 12, 2019 7:17 pm

yes

how you solve slippery clutch with over 200 hp engine power?

i have wery hard springs and some distances in the clutch basket.

my clutch is hard even with hydralic clutch wiring.
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Re: over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby Mang » Sat Apr 13, 2019 5:13 pm

lock up clutch!
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Re: over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby 1sam1 » Tue Apr 16, 2019 8:50 pm

it is that peole do with this bikes with havy duty engines?
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Re: over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby Mang » Tue Apr 16, 2019 9:20 pm

YES
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Re: over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby Charlie @ Evergreen » Tue Apr 16, 2019 11:17 pm

Yes they work smooth as silk even for daily riding ! :thumbup
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Re: over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby Betterthanfabio » Wed Apr 17, 2019 8:00 am

I can't tell the difference in feel with or without the lockup but it don't slip!
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Re: over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby Turboblew2 » Sun Apr 21, 2019 6:20 pm

how did you get to 200hp ??? They start slipping really bad at 140hp... which is only ~20% increase in power. :mrgreen:
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Re: over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby Mang » Mon Apr 22, 2019 9:25 pm

1sam1 i am confused are you actually generating over 200bhp or is this the plan?
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Re: over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby 1sam1 » Fri Apr 26, 2019 4:20 pm

talking engine power now.. bwhp is still 193.

just easier write 200 engine hp. :D

plan is over 200 bwhp. read my project about the bike...

in dyno my bike clutch did not slippery at all,byt i have found out it brake clutch plates. i did replace 4 last check.

i have now hydralic clutch.

i have heavy duty pro springs and bricks about 2-3mm on the clutch springs.

still some heavy with hydralic clutch!

then you know how hard my clutch is!!!
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Re: over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby Detrailers » Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:52 pm

One problem that several people have pointed out to you is you are using synthetic oil. Are you still using it?
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Re: over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby 1sam1 » Sat Apr 27, 2019 3:31 pm

yes i use syntetic oil.

but i think i need it for the heat my engine do with much power.

i have wrote before i use 5-40w. but i think the right number is 10-40w.

i really want use syntetic oil,maybe i do the lock up clutch thing then.

is there any cheap lock up clutch to the turbo out there?
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Re: over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby Turboblew2 » Sat Apr 27, 2019 5:03 pm

Detrailers wrote:One problem that several people have pointed out to you is you are using synthetic oil. Are you still using it?


I take it you dont read beyond the "Synthetics cause clutch slip" headlines??? Like #1 or 2 on the (debunked) myth list...lol
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Re: over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby Detrailers » Sat Apr 27, 2019 5:32 pm

Turboblew2 wrote:
Detrailers wrote:One problem that several people have pointed out to you is you are using synthetic oil. Are you still using it?


I take it you dont read beyond the "Synthetics cause clutch slip" headlines??? Like #1 or 2 on the (debunked) myth list...lol
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Nope...haven't read every inch of the forum yet but I'm getting there

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Re: over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby riturbo » Sat Apr 27, 2019 8:22 pm

Turboblew2 wrote:
Detrailers wrote:One problem that several people have pointed out to you is you are using synthetic oil. Are you still using it?


I take it you dont read beyond the "Synthetics cause clutch slip" headlines??? Like #1 or 2 on the (debunked) myth list...lol
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Dam guess I dont read either . Its a myth ? :D
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Re: over 200 hp engine.how you solve the clutch problem?

Postby Turboblew2 » Sat Apr 27, 2019 11:21 pm

Detrailers wrote:Nope...haven't read every inch of the forum yet but I'm getting there



not really this forum specific. Its a wives tale of epic proportions.
I know for a fact, that the often disputed Rotella T6 synthetic has made it through 2 Daytona 200 races with a top 10 finish both times. It costs about 1/3 that of Motul which is the benchmark lubricant. I ran a full race season on Rotella T6 plus that same engine was used in the 2016 Daytona 200... will happily sell the motor as it sits on the stand for research. :humour Nobody has taken me up on the offer. An engine that saw repeated 15,000 RPMs sprints, north of 50 race start launches, and the 3.5 hours at WFO on the banking before "retiring".
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