Muzzy starts with an oem hub and does a similar process
look at the pics on the first page, all the info is there as far as spacing and hole size. same process for all yrsThanks for answer KZScott, but I still dont know what is exactly the difference betwen this hubs. I want to know this because I am going to tune my ZX to around 210HP, and the clutch is very important part in this process - in my opinion.
So what about the wholes? Maybe general dimentions are some different? Are you able to make mesures of it.
and for last please confirm, this same modyfications are you made in 2002 and Younger ZX12?
Here's my pusher...
I'm right at an 1/8" where I grinded it down. I pulled my clutch pack last night, the first couple fibers had oil on them, and there was some oil in the bottom of the hub, but the majority of the fibers were dry. I think I'm going to grind the pusher more towards 1/4" and see if that helps.
IMO i would try a little more to the right first, its not quite to the wear point, so it may not be getting the full amount if the lever isnt all the way to the bar. I would bring it to the edge of the wear point. im not really used to the stock ones anymore lol, been dealing with the MTC piece for so long now, you just have to do the tip of those
If i remember correctly, this ended up being just under 1/4 wide that was ground down. I made about 30-40 passes at the strip last year, no issues. Over 2000 miles on the street, no issues. Still on the OEM clutch which has almost 17k miles on it. No decrease in power or ET from my best guess. I had drag raced before and after, but there was other power increasing mods added, and also a drastic change in elevation, so it's hard to say exactly.Here's where I went last night... assembled it all together, fired it up, going for a test ride this afternoon....
Thanks this is the answer which needed
to sum up we should modify the pusher or the hub. The pusher by cutting, the hub by drilling.
like he said, you FLAT SPOT the pusher AND DRILL the hub. Flat spotting the pusher allows oil to get inside the hub, holes in the hub then allow that oil to reach the clutch pack.BOTH, modding the sleeve is not needed tho
Ok pic might not show up, it's the 4th one on first page of this topic.KZScott;458656[IMG said:http://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r295/KZScott/dads%20bike/clutch/M4.jpg[/IMG]