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Old 08-01-2017, 08:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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another problem area of the team tss-04 solved by NSP coming. we never stop trying to make good products even better. stay tuned.
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Old 08-01-2017, 08:53 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Only real way to improve the tss-04 is to make it into the tied.
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Only real way to improve the tss-04 is to make it into the tied.
the tied doesn't come on $13,000 sleds. a lot of guys don't want to spend another $500 to get maybe a tad bit of performance gain? when you can spend $300-$495 depending on the clutch kit and make a big difference over stock. a lot more performance for the dollar spent. so improving some short comings of the tss-04 for $12 makes a lot more sense?
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Old 08-01-2017, 10:26 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Buying a $13,000 new sled and not getting a tied clutch is stupid if you ask me. It wouldn't cost the manufacturer a hell of a lot more to put it on. The tied isn't that much more than the tss-04 to begin with and works much better. Shame on poo.
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while i do agree that the tied is better, it seems that neither one are the real great though.... Any improvement would be welcomed.
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while i do agree that the tied is better, it seems that neither one are the real great though.... Any improvement would be welcomed.
in what sense? what does it not do well for you?
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This clutch has the same issues as any that use just a compression spring. Torsion type springs work better IMO.
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while i do agree that the tied is better, it seems that neither one are the real great though.... Any improvement would be welcomed.
in what sense? what does it not do well for you?
shiftout consistently. Still prefer the button clutch for shiftout
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This clutch has the same issues as any that use just a compression spring. Torsion type springs work better IMO.
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The Paragon (Came before the Tied) with a torsion spring is the ultimate secondary IMO.
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Is this still page 1?
This could totally turn into an oil thread.
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