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Gett'n ready to put a T-Mann 600 cam and Gatorman lifters in my 2012 CVO as part of my winter mods. Was looking at the AIM VP92T centripetal clutch with 380# spring. Wondering who has this set up, what they think?
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Gett'n ready to put a T-Mann 600 cam and Gatorman lifters in my 2012 CVO as part of my winter mods. Was looking at the AIM VP92T centripetal clutch with 380# spring. Wondering who has this set up, what they think?
I have the primo version of it and it works. If all you are doing is a cam and exhaust the SE spring will take care of your needs, otherwise I would wait and find out if it slips and where in the RPM. Clutch slip below 3 or 4 thousand rpm and the lock up unit won't do you any good.

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like it but makes it tough to shift and not back out of the RPMs considerably. as in it's hard to pull up on the shifter with my toes.

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Great set up for that with Hyd clutch it will fit under derby cover.
Below is a chart which shows how it will work and what tq it can handle. Got any questions call.


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Gett'n ready to put a T-Mann 600 cam and Gatorman lifters in my 2012 CVO as part of my winter mods. Was looking at the AIM VP92T centripetal clutch with 380# spring. Wondering who has this set up, what they think?
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Great set up for that with Hyd clutch it will fit under derby cover.
Below is a chart which shows how it will work and what tq it can handle. Got any questions call.
Frank am I right with my assumption that the AIM setup can make it more difficult to pull up and shift when your in the rpms. My clutch basket is stock Harley but is no way worn. And chain tensioner is working correctly and not to tight.?????

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AIM with 380 spring is very easy to pull across the board and it fits great in Hyd cvo clutch with derby cover.



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Frank am I right with my assumption that the AIM setup can make it more difficult to pull up and shift when your in the rpms. My clutch basket is stock Harley but is no way worn. And chain tensioner is working correctly and not to tight.?????
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We have been installing those here, for longer than a lot of "shops" have even been in "business", and litterally installed a couple hundred of those here.
We use a Barnett spring with those VPC units.
Never an issue.
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Scott,
I always hear you talk about the Barrnet clutch spring can you tell me what the spring PSI is please.
Because AIM offers with there kit 340-380-480 spring
And the SE/HD ones are 340psi



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We have been installing those here, for longer than a lot of "shops" have even been in "business", and litterally installed a couple hundred of those here.
We use a Barnett spring with those VPC units.
Never an issue.
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I am not a googlemeister, like "some" here.
Call Barnett, or do the google thing.........
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