I didn't see where anyone else posted a thread on the Vulcanworks sprocket install so I figured I would start one.
I installed mine soon after returning from SWIV. I initially installed it with the Baker manual primary chain adjuster, but have since went back to the Hayden M6. I found the Baker made my primary noise louder than I liked. I thought all the noise was from the SE Comp, but the slack in the chain with the Baker was adding to it even though properly adjusted.
Out with the worn out SE Comp. Not even 10k miles on it and it was noisy and made shifting loud.
This picture is of the Vulcanworks sprocket and the washers I had to buy to get the sprocket in proper alignment with the clutch basket sprocket. The sprocket does not come with spacers or instructions to let you know ahead of time that you will need spacers, but you will need 3/16" + or - of spacer between the rotor and the back of the sprocket.
I used a feeler gauge between the primary case and the outer face of the chain to gauge the thickness of spacer I would need. You can also use a straight edge between the clutch basket and sprocket to gauge the thickness required. You will need to remove the clutch basket in order to install the Vulcanworks sprocket. The SE Comp can be replaced without removing the clutch basket, but not the sprocket.
This pic is the final assembly with the exception that I ditched the Baker adjuster for a Hayden. I didn't take any pics of the Hayden but you all know what it looks like.
My initial thoughts after doing some riding is I like it. The big differences i have noticed are:
1. The loud clunk when shifting gears has gone away.
2. As you release the clutch the bike grabs and takes off with much more authority.
3. Neutral is much easier to find when the bike is hot. I was having issues with this at a stop with the clutch in before.
4. My 5th gear whine is a whole lot quieter than it was. I didn't hardly notice it over the weekend.
5. The primary area is much quieter in general than when I had the SE Comp.
I have not put enough miles in to give a good review, but I will try and remember to update as I log more miles.
One other thing to note. My motor has had some work to it and the crankshaft is welded. If I had not had that done I don't think I would have gone with a solid sprocket. The stock pressed cranks IMO might not hold up well with a solid sprocket.