Clutches rpm vs shaft driven




#4
Whats the diff rpm vs shaft driven high hp app???
An engine driven lockup will increase force directly proportional to the engine speed. An input shaft driven lockup will not apply any force until the static clutch plate force is enough to rotate the input shaft and generate shaft speed (wheel speed).

If you are too light on an input shaft lockup, it will fry the clutch almost immediately. On an engine driven lockup, the engine will increase revs and (usually) the clutch will still add enough force to move teh bike and prevent the clutches from frying.
 

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#6
An engine driven lockup will increase force directly proportional to the engine speed. An input shaft driven lockup will not apply any force until the static clutch plate force is enough to rotate the input shaft and generate shaft speed (wheel speed).

If you are too light on an input shaft lockup, it will fry the clutch almost immediately. On an engine driven lockup, the engine will increase revs and (usually) the clutch will still add enough force to move teh bike and prevent the clutches from frying.
You got all that from the original post? You da man!
 
#10
my buddy giving me alot a **** about a true hand clutch bike john just wanted him 2 see the diff as too why iam not letting him leave off line lol
 



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