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Was considering getting the Bikeman clutch mod done and was wondering who has had it done and what your thoughts were. Thanks.
 

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I should be getting mine back from D&D soon. My sheaves showed signs of discoloration from heat. I never noticed that on my other sleds. I can't wait till snow flies to try it. I will be posting my results when that happens. I'll be installing my billet secondary adjuster as well, it would be nice if it came with instructions!
 

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Originally posted by dead1dave@Sep 8 2005, 09:39 AM
I believe it is the same as the D&D mod . In any case I have it and it works great .
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I am having mine done as well by Birch Point marine who is an authorized D&D dealer and I assume it is the same mod as well. They did very well after the mods this past year. Seen it first hand. Much better on top and less belt heat.

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We've found from our testing that machining the secondary clutch and using a different belt you can get the clutches to start in a lower ratio. This mod makes the sled punch out of the hole much harder and testing showed a gain of as much as 5 mph in top speed using this belt. Simply send us your secondary clutch and we will machine it to our specifications and send it back with a new custom belt. Works on all 2005 Diamond Drive F7's.
That is directly from the Bikeman website,
 

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That looks like an idea I had. I thought about using the foam out of a big fish aquarium filter, to make a cooling duct. It is the same as what is in a bullseye.
Got help if your getting some cold air in there! Nice find though Dono "looks like a snap"
sorry bad j/k
Keep up the good ideas
 
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