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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-18-2014, 12:17 PM Thread Starter
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after the winter build the trq and hp increase has been damn fun,clutch is starting to slip 4-5 gear shift and 5-6 gear shift,also when first started it slightly lurches forward,im thinking the lurching is warped discs and that I need to upgrade,currenty running 2012 stock clutch with screamin eagle diap spring,interested in what else is out there and others experiences,lots to choose from
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I installed the Rivera Primo last summer and couldn't be happier. I believe the Barnett is very similar. I was torn between the two and did the eanie, meany, miney, moe to decide.

The one thing to keep in mind is the clutch pull will be harder than with the stock clutch.

The other option is the Variable Pressure Clutch. This is added to your existing clutch and helps with a slipping clutch without adding any difficulty of clutch pull pressure. Whether or not this will be a good option depends on what engine mods you did. If your over 110-115 TQ. I would suggest something like the Rivera Primo.

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I'm running the Barnett clutch. Agreed with Hullhorr, the pull is much harder. Shifting is nice and smooth, responsive. I'd recommend it if you don't mind the hard pull on the clutch lever.
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nothing better than a BANDIT clutch
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I have the Rivera Pro Clutch on my RGC and love it, Lloyd at V-Twin Solutions installed it and the clutch pull is no stronger than stock.
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I have the se diap spring which is firmer then stock,i run a bandit in my modified drag bike along with energy one plates,im actually thinking of running energy ones upgrade with more plates,guys that told me about it love them
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I have the SE race clutch, pull is a bit harder, but there's no such thing as slip.

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Just put a primo pro in my bike and put 200 miles on today, couldent be happier no more slip pull is almost to easy, lighter then stock with with a screaming eagle dia. Only caution I have is that the counter weights will hit on stock cover if it has a 103 badge in it, replaced with a standard cover and have no issues.
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SE spring is 320 psi and with a AIM Vp lock up stock plates will work great no issues.


QUOTE=jaysrgu;1883657]after the winter build the trq and hp increase has been damn fun,clutch is starting to slip 4-5 gear shift and 5-6 gear shift,also when first started it slightly lurches forward,im thinking the lurching is warped discs and that I need to upgrade,currenty running 2012 stock clutch with screamin eagle diap spring,interested in what else is out there and others experiences,lots to choose from[/QUOTE]
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SE spring is 320 psi and with a AIM Vp lock up stock plates will work great no issues.


QUOTE=jaysrgu;1883657]after the winter build the trq and hp increase has been damn fun,clutch is starting to slip 4-5 gear shift and 5-6 gear shift,also when first started it slightly lurches forward,im thinking the lurching is warped discs and that I need to upgrade,currenty running 2012 stock clutch with screamin eagle diap spring,interested in what else is out there and others experiences,lots to choose from
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