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After blowing two primary clutches in under 400 miles, it seems to be holding together now after a gearing change to 20/39, a stiffer spring and diffrent weights. I went to Turnigan Pass today, unfortunatly it was 40 degrees and raining in Alaska in January. Though I still got in some good riding and the clutch never got too hot. There is still about 15 ft of snow at the top of the mountian.
 

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Heard one horror story here on the east coast about an F7 clutch coming undone and taking out the cowl and puncturing the fuel tank......any reasons for the clutch failure?
 

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arcticmannF7, Yeah a lot more snapy..........what was the spring they put in and weights?
 

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Thad, thats my little secret. ;)



Just some 10-64 weights and a Cutlers gold white spring. Did you notice what rpm you were pulling on top? Mine revved to 8300 in the powder with the pipe and can. Gonna try some 10-66's next weekend.
 

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No I diden't see, it was concrete at the bace and the top was packed in so we droped into the bowl the got out while we could still see.
 

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sounds good What day are you planning on going? Let me know.
Thad
 
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