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Old 01-24-2006, 01:00 AM   #1
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Default 2 centax adjustment questions.

Facts: Serpent 705, Centax-2, Sirio .12, EBMods, solid-cage thrust bearing.

1. Do you guys use the factory recommended endplay adjustment, or do you let it out a little more, for a harder engagement? Yes, I realize this limits the life of the thrust bearing.

2. Do you guys use the shims at the clutch spacer, or behind the flywheel?

Thanks.
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Old 01-24-2006, 07:18 AM   #2
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Facts: Serpent 705, Centax-2, Sirio .12, EBMods, solid-cage thrust bearing.

1. Do you guys use the factory recommended endplay adjustment, or do you let it out a little more, for a harder engagement? Yes, I realize this limits the life of the thrust bearing.

2. Do you guys use the shims at the clutch spacer, or behind the flywheel?

Thanks.
use the factory settings . as far as shims use the one they tell you for behind the flywheel . so you use less on the other end of the clutch . to much end play will limit the life on the clutch shoe too .
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