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Old 09-03-2007, 02:07 PM
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Can anyone give me some good info on how they feel the 2d clutch works for them. I installed one in my car this last week and have been having trouble getting it set where I like the feel.

I have never had a problem setting the 3 shoe clutch so that is why I am a little lost right now. That and according to the instructions the setting they recomend are not even close to what I run on my three shoe.

What are some differences in the 2 clutch setups and why run the one over the other?

Or should I just add two more shoes and set it up so it is the same as a mugen clutch?
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Old 09-03-2007, 04:14 PM
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Last race it got some problems with my 2 speed. Every time when we adjusted it to shift later it shifted earlier. it didn't matter how far the screws where turned in. so we put some new shoes in the 2 speed but this didn't help much. So could it be that the springs are worn out, or is there something else wrong?
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Originally Posted by huskerfreak View Post
Can anyone give me some good info on how they feel the 2d clutch works for them. I installed one in my car this last week and have been having trouble getting it set where I like the feel.

I have never had a problem setting the 3 shoe clutch so that is why I am a little lost right now. That and according to the instructions the setting they recomend are not even close to what I run on my three shoe.

What are some differences in the 2 clutch setups and why run the one over the other?

Or should I just add two more shoes and set it up so it is the same as a mugen clutch?
Set it as instruction says.
In my car I felt it with more bottom end power. and important it is very consistent.. holds the setting during a long time
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Old 09-04-2007, 11:10 AM
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Originally Posted by kaotickc View Post
Are there any better brakes than what comes with the Evo WC? I seem to have good braking for the first 5 min. or so..then it goes downhill fast with fading.
I'm using this one:
G4 Lightweight Vent Brake Disc
Item No : K1443
http://www.kfactoryracing.com/produc...1443&pageNum=1

with k-fatory pads too
Awesome braking power with no fadding.
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Originally Posted by ziggy12345 View Post
I got 89 mph with the RRR today. Here is a vid of an 87mph run just after

http://youtube.com/watch?v=UyMpLFYd0JY

It was uphill against the wind and with 20/56 gearing (The internal ratio is modified). I think I can get 100 mph next time

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Nice... You are almost there... Just a few more modifications and a few more test runs to achieve 100mph...
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Originally Posted by Ice_nl View Post
Last race it got some problems with my 2 speed. Every time when we adjusted it to shift later it shifted earlier. it didn't matter how far the screws where turned in. so we put some new shoes in the 2 speed but this didn't help much. So could it be that the springs are worn out, or is there something else wrong?
Well, you can try changing to new springs on the clutch shoes. Also, try to check the oneway bearing on the 1st spur gear...
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Old 09-06-2007, 06:40 PM
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Hey Guys,

any talks of a new car coming out? or is this it for 2007??

thanks,
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any talks of a new car coming out? or is this it for 2007??

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I think we're going to see a new 1/8th car first, since the worlds are month. I think provably a new TC next year. Its just what I think, I have no facts.
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I hope the 1:10th car is a completely new design and name its time for somthing fresh
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Why change a car that still dominates. I can see tweaking like they have but to totally change the car I really don't think would be that much better. Plus how much different of a design is there left to make anyway.
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Originally Posted by huskerfreak View Post
Can anyone give me some good info on how they feel the 2d clutch works for them. I installed one in my car this last week and have been having trouble getting it set where I like the feel.

I have never had a problem setting the 3 shoe clutch so that is why I am a little lost right now. That and according to the instructions the setting they recomend are not even close to what I run on my three shoe.

What are some differences in the 2 clutch setups and why run the one over the other?

Or should I just add two more shoes and set it up so it is the same as a mugen clutch?
ON the 2d clutch you will feel a faster engagement or quicker spooling
settings on gap will be the same as the 3d
spring tension should be set from .30-.50
endplay very little then you would normally set the 3d
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Originally Posted by GMartinez View Post
ON the 2d clutch you will feel a faster engagement or quicker spooling
settings on gap will be the same as the 3d
spring tension should be set from .30-.50
endplay very little then you would normally set the 3d
Thannks for the info. I plan on going to the track and work on it a little more. Do you prefer the 2d over the 3d? The track that I race on is high grip.
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I like the 2d better than the 3d on most engines.
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Well I want to say thanks for the guys that gave me suggestions on how to set a 2d clutch.

I finally got it set where I like it. I have it set with .4 end play the clutch nut set .4 and I put 2 .1 shims between the inside bearing and the clutch nut. This setup seemed to make the car really launch out of the corners. It felt really consistant through the entire run.

One question I have is I put a spool up front (which I like the feel) would this make the car launch out of the corner better. Or is it just the clutch making the car feel this way?

Does anybody have any setup tips on changing from a frontway to the spool?
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