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I very curious on the VPC clutch, since my current SE Race clutch(don't buy one)
kill my somewhat wasted left arm...
But the biggest problem seems to be to choose which one
would suit my build....

and if I should use the SE spring along....

My new build will consist of these parts
98" cyls
Ported heads 1.900 & 1.615
10.26:1 comp
TW6GH
CV44
V&H Pro pipe
DTT

so the low end torque will be there, a lot of it
and I drive HARD most of the time and despite my choice of
cams I rew pretty brutal (just can't help it, I love it:wootdnc: )
 

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E mail me to the adress in above post. In addition of the info above please include year and model of bike and wether the primary ratio is stock or modified.

It would be necessary to remove the race clutch and reinstall the stock hub and friction pack as the VPC requires a diaphragm type pressure plate, as well as a stock plain derby cover (or equivalent) for internal clearance.
 

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Thanks alot compressor#v :cheers:
and to you to HIPPO ( I've just sent you a e-mail )
:thanks:
 

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Zeb -

I have the VPC. Went with Hippo's recomendation. Absolutely love it - when stuck in traffic or running at the track.
 

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FXDRYDR said:
Zeb -

I have the VPC. Went with Hippo's recomendation. Absolutely love it - when stuck in traffic or running at the track.
That is exactly what I want to hear mate!:cheers:
Which setup did you go for,if I may ask ??? (I'm curious of nature:D )

zeb
 

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Zeb,

I want to say the 83T -- but not positive. Mine is supposed to be able a 103. When you follow up with Hippo, he'll steer you right.


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