Neighbor insists on seals on main bearings

FNTPuck

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#21
I tried a drilled pressure plate as well and all it did was eat up the pads quicker. It gripped better with it nice and clean but stock.
 


Lukesky36

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Does anyone know where to get some good quality clutch pads the red ones are pretty bad quality looks like gasbike still sells the waffle pads that hold up alot better then the red rubber ones
 

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CR Machine has improved clutch pads that come from Arrow. Haven't run them yet so can't say if they are worth the money.
 

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I got the waffle grey/black ones last summer, but thought they felt crispy when it was hot so I went back to the rubber red ones
 

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#27
One may contaminate the other. Also, they probably wear at different rates so at some point you would effectively have half the pads making contact. Well not half, either 8 or 7 lol. I could be completely wrong. Give it a try and let us know how it works out.

What was this thread about again? Haha :p
 
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