Originally posted by RClover
4)Put a drop of high temp oil (Racer's Choice - Hy-spin #7015) on each actuator and where it will ride on the flywheel. If the clutch uses a return spring on the actuators, use it. The clutch will disengage faster if this spring is in place. (PD note: this oil tip works).
5)Smear a coat of high temp oil on the rear of the pressure plate and slide it on next followed by the shoe with the spring cup already pressed in firmly. Spin on the adjustment nut until 1-2 threads are showing on the end of the flywheel nut.
This is an extract of an article posted in the V-1-R tread earlier.
Can i replace 'High Temp Oil' mentioned as above with 'High Temp Grease'? Its sinthetic based and is Red in color. I found this from a friend who runs a workshop.
BTW, what is 'Actuator' mentioned in the above?
I think he is talking about flyweight (actuators) but I prefer not to as this flyweight is teflon which is self lubricated.
I used to use ronnie grease between each race day but the first run will make the grease disappear. I end up only lubricated it when I remember it
. However, but for serious racer, I suggest you to lub it more frequent
but proper installation of the clutch will actually make the trust bearing lives longer.