any body done the clutch mod for street riding. and how does it feel what is the result.
These pictures show the area and where to weld however it is overkill, you only need maybe a third of the overall area welded to work perfect.Yep that is what some guys do too.
Make sure you do it PERFECT.
If you don't, best case scenario is you are walking, worst case is you are rebuilding major.
i have it on my bike, and it was well worth the 2 bills that it costs for the part. dont be cheap and weld it. just spend the money and buy it.
the biggest difference i noticed was the stronger lever, i got stiffer springs aswell and it made a big difference.
agreed, welded mine last week , added springs works great, and the tiny bit of weight difference they claim from billet .use the 200 bucks you save and make it even fasterwhy the welded ones work just as well had them both no difference whatsoever, if you go with stiffer springs just install 3 of them and leave 3 stock ones alternate them, you will really like the difference all 6 stiff ones just make the clutch super hard in traffic
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