Re: bad ass moby clutch tuning
Ah. Hmm, I'll have to have a look at things. Maybe I need to swap out my plug or do some basic maintenance.
Anyhow, on the clutch tuning. I'm experiencing it revving up high since I shortened the primary clutch pads, engaging at a high rpm, then losing revs immediately once it engages. Is this because the starter clutch is engaging as well, slowing it down?
So to truly tune the stock clutch, you need to make the starter clutch lighter than the primary? Again... you'd never be able to start it, right?
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