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Old 02-26-2011, 05:16 PM   #1
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Default S 811 alu clucht shoe. Can really feel diference?

Hi, I,m a sport racer pilot.
Does average pilots can feel diference betwin oem black shoes, and mix ( alu+ black shoes)?
Are people play only with the shoes ore with the springs also?
From oem shoes and springs, what would be next higher RPM engage clutch setup?
Thanks a lot.
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Old 02-26-2011, 05:29 PM   #2
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Hi, I,m a sport racer pilot.
Does average pilots can feel diference betwin oem black shoes, and mix ( alu+ black shoes)?
Are people play only with the shoes ore with the springs also?
From oem shoes and springs, what would be next higher RPM engage clutch setup?
Thanks a lot.
4 carbon have alot of slip imo
i have been running 2 cabon 2 alum with two hard and two med springs work really well.
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I really like the 4 carbon with 4 medium and sometimes 2 soft springs. It does slip more than say a 2 aluminum setup but the clutchshoe life is great and I like the power delivery.
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