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Old 03-06-2010, 07:53 PM   #1
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Default vented clutch bells vs non vented

wat is the diffrence between the two and more teeeth top speed right
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vented one would run cooler, let all the derbies pass. and you're right about the teeth, more teeth on the cb = higher top speed but also = slow acceleration
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vented one would run cooler, let all the derbies pass. and you're right about the teeth, more teeth on the cb = higher top speed but also = slow acceleration
k so vented is bad
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No, vented is good. Anytime you can keep your clutch a bit cooler is a big +. It will extend the life of the shoes and the bearings which all take a beating.
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I like my vented clutch bells & feel they keep my clutch parts lasting longer & more consistent. Strangely all the air it lets in I must think is air only. Mud ,oil ,fuel seems to have no affect on the clutch feel but I would think it must be getting in.
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