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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-18-2004, 05:50 PM Thread Starter
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secondary clutch spring

hey everyone. i was looking at my zr secondary clutch today when i was workin on changin my primary clutch. I noticed the the secondary spring has been moved two holes to the right (clockwise) whne facing it. The primary had heavier, notched wieghts in it and i am going back to stock for now. Should the secondary spring be moved back to the center hole (stock position). What does moving the spring to another hole do? Please help asap thanks

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i'm sure someone knows....

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i'll help you.

if your going back stock with your cam arm weight put the spring in the middle hole on your secondary clutch. Thats where the factory puts it.
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thanks i think i'll do that i just got my clutch on and wow, with those lighter non notched wieghts it sure seems to take off out of the hole better... i thought with heavier wieghts you would get a better holeshot, especially with the notches.. maybe its just hooking up better... any ideas

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with the lighter weights your primary clutch is not closing as fast as the heavy weights so you'll get a good hole shot without the spin.
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thanks, that makes sense.

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