Well guys, it's finally there. Aftermarket KTM clutches for Tomos engines.
Fully adjustable in engagement RPM's, run even with the sickest setups (like 15hp+ machines) and last extremely long. The pads hardly wear, and allows for perfectly times slip and wheelie power ( if wanted ;) )
My name is Dennis Kreeft, I'm 20 years old, and I study International Business in The Hague in The Netherlands... I build and customize mopeds and build my own racebikes, but my love is the tomos engine. It has so much Potential, being it's easy adjustments to create a reed inlet @ case, or Liquid Cooled. But the general issue with the engine is always the clutch. Whenever you hit 5-6HP it just continuously dies on you.
Well, not with this clutch Haha.
The deal is as follows:
I weld a tomos 1st clutch insides (the teeth which go onto the crank) onto a KTM 50sx clutch, and provide the clutch with spacer rings to fit into your original tomos clutch housing.
By using the Belleville spring method (calculation required for you enthousiasts..) you can fully adjust your clutch from a nice street setup to a full blown racer setup.
Because of the spacers you can just mount a new clutch housing if the needle bearing inside your housing breaks (which it often does when handling lots of power, it's just a flaw from tomos...).
Welding.... TIG of course
The Clutch (Credit to MattoloGAR for the pics)
Now the interesting part:
I can get them ready made for your tomos engine for:
Approximately 110-125 $
(subject to change)
This is excluding shipping, but as I will want to ship not one but 10 at the same time for example your shipping costs shouldnt be more than 5-10$
Shipping takes 8-14 days.
Therefore I'm cool with distributing them piece by piece, but then shipping is like 35$ a clutch which most will find expensive.
Hence i'm looking for an enthousiast to distribute them alongside you guys, Simplifies things for me (1 adress) and simplifies things for you (a guy in the states you can call for info on the shipping).
The clutches come with a manual on adjusting them, and getting them to run right.
Please let me know what you guys think of this,
Keep It Shredding