Re: Tomos A55 clutch

Brandon Weiss (Detective brandon to you) /
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> Rica Rivera Wrote:

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> > ♣Slew Foot♣ Wrote:

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> > If the pad still have meat on them you can mix up 4 parts to 1 Marvel

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> > Mystery Oil and Castrol synthetic ATF fat is the formula for Blaster

> oil

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> > if you have a slight seal leak it will swell the seals and if your

> pads

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> > are glazed they will unglazed them and it will swell the cork or

> rubber

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> > and buy you a little ride time so you can get replacement parts when

> you

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> > re shoe it pay attention to which way the clutch will rotate you want

> to

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> > move the pins to the other side of the shoe and it will engage way

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> > quicker and it will outperform the factory set up after I finally

> bought

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> > the Tomos tool that resets the clutch I seen it only will work that

> way.

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> >

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> > I always wondered when I pulled apart Tomas clutches why some open

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> > n towards rotation and others open away it turns out that Tomas

> factory

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> > setting for the clutch was purposely put backwards at the factory so

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> > that when you needed your clutch redone if you did it yourself you did

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> > it just like it came from the factory and it would give you some more

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> > performance to a factory setup but if you brought it to an authorized

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> > Tomos dealer they would use this tool and it would reset the clutch

> with

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> > the pins reversed and it would outperform the factory set up

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> How are the pins placed stock vs modified?. Thanks

Don't bother flipping around any pins or disassembling the clutch, just re-line them for now. If it doesnt perform to your liking then maybe try some stiffer springs/etc.

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