you hear too much :mhihi: its fine to listen but only about 10%of what you will hear from people is actually correct or you arent hearing the full story.my buddys does that too, im thinkin its burnt out already.
My clutch has never done that. I would put a stock clutch in it. From what ive heard (and tested, Grant has had his for what? 5 years? lol) they last the longest and dont slip alot. Of course they wont hold like a Hinson but Hinson ive heard that you basically have to replace every race.[/b]
Yes the engine was cold, I ran it down the road and it seemed to still do it just a little.you hear too much :mhihi: its fine to listen but only about 10%of what you will hear from people is actually correct or you arent hearing the full story.
Chance....is this when the oil/engine is cold? the thicker oil will make more drag and make the quad want to move forward a little.
im not sure how thick a nickel is but 2-3mm is enough slack if you are still having trouble with lurching, just keep an eye on it all the time.
you'll probably find at the end of the race when everything is hot the lever will have more slack than when you start, then as it cools down it will take up the slack again...this is when you readjust the slack, when its cooled down again.[/b]