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post #61 of 220 (permalink) Old 11-27-2015, 09:08 PM
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Thanks for confirming they are the same. That's the general idea I got from reading, but there's so much misinformation out there on the internet and wasn't 100% sure.

What you're saying about the special friction plate makes sense. When looking at yoyodyne and sigma's instructions, they do not mention making sure you get a different type of friction plate however. I assume this is because wear isn't too excessive. Did they recommend that you don't use a standard friction plate?

I understand why the judder seat and spring need to be moved, so they can't get jammed under the hub when it lifts.

Disc A is the one with the larger inner diameter so the judder seat and spring fit inside of it. Disc B is the one with the special friction material. I assume the special disc's you're referring to are two disc b's?



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special/steel/judder/steel/normal/steel/normal/steel/normal/steel/normal/steel/normal/steel/special
So is this correct? or... ? I think you have 1 too many plates in your example and don't have disc a matched up with the judder seat+spring.

(from inner to outer)
disc b / steel / disc a with judder seat+spring / steel / normal / steel / normal / steel / normal / steel / normal / steel / disc b

Not sure if I have it right, just trying to learn before I place my order.
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post #62 of 220 (permalink) Old 11-27-2015, 09:34 PM Thread Starter
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pretty sure there are 8 fibers total. but maybe not

haven't had a 51 clutch apart in a while


it's not hard, you'll see it when you take it apart.
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looks like my stuff from dhc will be here soon. really happy about that. i also got the chance to cut out a spal fan mount for testing. once i have my scoops i'll test and look at doing a run of them.

should be some good wrench time coming next week
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@Duckhunter has delivered! i have my rad scoops, airbox, and my snorkel should be here shortly!


i just got my case covers back from my painter. as part of the blackout process i had them refinished. he does beautiful work







my yoyo slipper also showed up, so i installed that yesterday



nice and blacked out.

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i'll add some pics of DHC's stuff once i get to mounting it all. probably going to start on that tomorrow
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No "nicky mod" on the front sprocket cover? Looks great!
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Wibbly, is that high temp ceramic coating? Looks great.
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Garage


Paint "HRC" letters red?

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no "nicky mod" i think it's kinda dumb honestly. it's so tight in there that you'd have to chop off pretty much all of it to get at the front sprocket without pulling the cover. and any time i need at the front sprocket i use the opportunity to clean it all out in there. not really a bad idea. i cut my old rc51 cover and didn't really see the point.



it's just paint, no reason to ceramic coat this sort of thing


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there's no point, that part is covered by the plastics. i was thinking about painting the "honda" in red, but doubt i'll do it. i want the bike to look as clean as possible, not cluttered at all
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