Originally Posted by Pattojnr
Hi Gansei, in regards to the clutch movie. trying to set the clutch on a starter box is no good. it doesnt give the feeling as running on a track. i dont think setting the spring tension till the spring binds then back of 3/4 of a turn is a good thing to do. while on a test day, start with a .8mm spring tension setting, then gradually set the spring tension harder a bit at a time, till you get it to slip. then back off the clutch spring tension till you feel its right for track and grip conditions. if you run on the same track all the time then you will have that setting measured and noted for a low grip day or medium grip day. just a suggestion
i think back of 3/4 of a turn is not hard clutch setup in 0.3mm clutch gap.
i tried back of 1 turn in 0.3mm clutch gap.
But it was rather feel like hesitantly (not enough torque)
i did not clutch setup on starter box...
i tried only to show clutch meeting timing.. perhaps you think my clutch setup too hard..
i did same setup to my RC friends who run RRR with UFO Clutch.
(he also had NT1 clutch and test it by clutch gap 0.5mm)
(RRR UFO Clutch is mine.. i lend it to him)
he said the early starting is very smooth and acceleration is very good.
But NT1 clutch setup was very too much torque..
so he take a mistake frequently...
he like more UFO clutch than NT1's clutch.
finally.. he purchased RRR UFO Clutch system (NEW PRODUCT, it's not Mine)