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Old 07-29-2013, 03:55 AM   #16
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am confuse any info more then this ...price,website........etc...
So tell me what you want to know!?

We have give a right explaination about Dynamis and the Clutch.

So how it can be possible to explain a clutch in words ???? This is not possible . Its a Centax Style clutch with an innovating pressureplate and with selected materials for best performance....

The clutch canīt bring you the shoes when you come home and it didnīt bring you the coffe on your bed at morning
But it offers best performances !!! How it works ? You have to try . All drivers
set their clutch different and what is good for one driver can be bad for an other.

For example . Christian Wurst set his clutch with a gap of not more than 0,5mm , Christopher Biernat 0,7mm and Andreas Geisser from Switzerland goes to 0,8mm

The Springload from this 3 drivers is also completely different.

But all drivers not only our Top Levelīs find that this clutch is a Top product
save in use and very powerful.

If we donīt answered to your question so please ask what you want to know .
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Old 07-29-2013, 04:24 AM   #17
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Please pm me the x-ray nt1 price(5sets) with post to Malaysia,tq
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Old 09-17-2013, 04:54 AM   #18
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I currently also drive with a shoe gap of 0.4mm and a spring tension between 0.7 and 0.8 mm (pirani spring).
So what is Christian Wurst using for spring tension with a gap of 0.5 with the Dynamis clutch ?
Also does he use different spring tensions when the clutch shoe is new versus older ?
How long does he drive with one clutch shoe ?

Is there a kind of manual available that shows how the clutch is put together and what the different parts are ?

That would all be very useful info.
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Old 09-19-2013, 05:24 PM   #19
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Has anyone in the states tried this clutch yet? any reviews?
Thanks.

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Old 09-24-2013, 02:04 AM   #20
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Not much reaction by dynamis ? Are they still following the posts on this board ?
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Old 09-24-2013, 05:46 AM   #21
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Not much reaction by dynamis ? Are they still following the posts on this board ?
Hello

Sorry for the delays..but at the moment its a litlebit hard ...but this is good so for us.

For any questions I recomend to write a mail to
[email protected]

Its the faster way to get an answer to all questions.


For settings on our clutch I can say that it always depends on driving style and the powerband of the engine. Its also a dfferent if you use Tyre treatments or not.

A setting we recomend for start is 0,5mm gap between shoe and bell
The settings of the spring is an difficult question. We recomend to start with a soft setting and than encrease it in litle steps . Our Spring is very hard and very sensitive to adjustments.
Indeed we got a measure from the top of the Clutchnut to the Springadjuster of "0" for starting and some of our drivers set it near 1,2mm
with a gap of 0,6mm between Shoe and Bell. For example our two drivers in Switzerland use the clutch with a gap of 0,8mm.... and Christian Wurst in Germany set the clutch with a Gap of 0,5 to 0,6

But how I mentioned bevor...its only a relativ setting. The clutch always had to be matched to the engine. All engines got different Powerbands. Some envelopes the perfect couple earlier some later. And this point has to be figured out. Only you know how your engine works

But we can say that the gap used by the most drivers that use Dynamis is 0,6mm.

Hope it was helpful

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Old 09-24-2013, 05:52 AM   #22
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Thanks for the feedback, i sent an email also to get further info regarding pricing, clutch shoes,...

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A short video of the clutch system is available at officialracing Facebook site.
Take a look!
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Old 01-16-2014, 06:54 AM   #24
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New NT1 Clutch available ...pictures will follow.
All 1/10 clutches are now available with a new Pressuredisc/Springcup combination. Offers better response and of course best performance.

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