Re: Some help with centrifugal clutch install
One thing to keep in mind also, is that I'm using a 32T sprocket. Not the 44. So my acceleration is slower. The installation was OK, if you don't have a rotary tool, you might not be able to install it.
Cutting down the 3 clutch posts - easy.
Removing small gear - easy.
Cutting notch for woodruff key - not hard, but slow process.
But now my clutch doesn't fit all the way, so i have to grind even more.
At the moment though, I took my bike completely apart because I'm painting it, installing new bottom bracket for the wide crank kit, and the new dax RT carb and some other modifications.
Overall, if you want to install it, it takes some time to get it on, but after you're done its worth it.