Number of posts : 43
Location : Chiang Mai , Thailand
Points : 4094
Registration date : 2010-07-26
|Subject: Bet, you did'nt know how much pulling force your SW has Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:39 am|| |
Today I did a serpentine ride with some steep hairpin curves.
The perfect condition to test the HiT clutch.
While with the normal clutch the friction is much reduced or non-existing because of low rpms and it takes much longer to firmely lock back on, the advantage of the HiT is very tangible. You accelerate and SW simply jumps forward. Benefit of the pillow springs which can be set to exactly respond to your desired point of firm clutch lock.
Very happy indeed. New riding sentation.
Number of posts : 2578
Age : 62
Location : Bay Area, Ca
Points : 7433
Registration date : 2008-12-19
|Subject: Re: Bet, you did'nt know how much pulling force your SW has Wed Oct 13, 2010 10:36 pm|| |
So, it this worth it if anyone wants better performance and do you have to change out the springs to get the correct combination. I know there is one clutch that comes with 3 different springs.