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Conversation Between ralphierace13 and Roelof
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  1. Roelof
    12-06-2017 01:28 AM - permalink
    Yes, I use the mugen hard spring and indeed you must use a tool to get the nut on.
    https://www.amazon.com/MUGEN-Clutch-.../dp/B000BMN55O
    With this one it is easy to push hard and keep the nut staight ro get it on
  2. ralphierace13
    12-05-2017 11:40 PM - permalink
    roelof do u use the mugen hard spring ? the mugen one its like too long I cant screw the cap on .. u have any problems?
  3. ralphierace13
    09-26-2015 02:21 PM - permalink
    roelof got a ? for u got a problem going on now for last 2 months driving me out of my mind so bad im about to sell everything and quit, maybe u have some insight. after about 3 or 4 laps my motors keep leaning out not a drop of smoke, come in to the pit for a sec or 2 all smoke comes back go back out for 2 to 3 laps same thing again, I changed 2 os motors a brand new nova, 2 brand new fuel tanks, changed clutch, 20 different fuel lines, restrictors, air boxes and air filters. today I went out it worked perfect for half the day thought maybe something I changed worked then it came back. changed gearing changed everything im am totally lost. only thing I have modified on my mugen is the 2 speed shaft I lightened it up my self. one other note when smoke goes away and we temp it its really not getting that hot just no smoke and I lose power.. thanks
  4. ralphierace13
    04-29-2015 02:33 PM - permalink
    got a project I am working on u might find interesting and I would appreciate your input.
    sure u know the new os speed 2101 now has a longer stroke, now with that they had to make the bore of the sleeve smaller to keep it at a .21. so I took the old p/s set that has the bigger bore and put it in the new motor. I added 2 shims under the sleeve that Capricorn makes and one silver shim under the button, went out today to try it omg!! the power was insane. I did not remove any shims I was afraid to cause I checked the clearance of the button head and have 0.32mm clearance I do not know what stock is do u? have u heard of anyone trying this and what do u feel about it. thanks
  5. ralphierace13
    02-05-2015 08:33 AM - permalink
    have a ? for u. I read a lot of sites on tuned pipes and the manifolds the sites I read all same the same thing, the longer the manifold the more bottom end. now all the pros same the exact opposite they say the shorter it is the power comes on faster so which is right? thanks

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