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Old 01-01-2008, 05:16 AM
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thinking of a rmv or a fiorini adjustable clutch but dont really know how good they are,any feedback would be great thanks
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Old 01-01-2008, 08:33 AM
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No problems with my rmv clutch, however I hear alot of people rave about the werks/orion/fioroni and the shoe life they get, but adjusting them can be quite tedious.
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ive wondered about this myself, because some extended shoe life would be great! lol!
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Old 01-01-2008, 10:46 AM
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cheers guys im definately changeing but still undecided clutch life isnt long enough at first thought iwas doing something wrong but im not as my friend is having same problem useing same motors and clutches.
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what vehicle are you in need of a new clutch for? I can tell you from experience both the Fioroni Adjustable and all versions of the Fioroni Turbo Sliding clutch are very good for buggy or truck/truggy. For buggy, the Twin Turbo black shoes are very good, and for truggy, I would go with the adjustable or twin turbo black with optional stiff springs installed.
Fioroni also has 2 new 'traditional' style 3 and 5 shoe clutches. PM me for more info if you want details on all the clutches.
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Originally Posted by garen View Post
and for truggy, I would go with the adjustable or twin turbo black with optional stiff springs installed.
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Do you running whith 2 stiff springs whith turbo black or 3 on truggy ?
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I use the older turbo slider (not the tiwn) on one of my buggy motors. I like a late clutch. When the shoes are new I use 3 hard springs. As the shoes get smaller the clutch starts to enguage later. When I notice this, I replace one of the hard springs with a soft one & continue that until the shoes are gone. The shoes last a very long time & cb bearings seem to last a little longer on this clutch as well. I have also used the RMV speed II. It's shoes last a long time also.
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