Vibration between Clutches with shoes and discs
I was wondering if somebody here (hopefully with a bigger 4 stroke engine) have first hand experience with different clutch types. My main question is if clutches with a disc, like the Cheetah, have much less vibration than any clutches with shoes like Max Torque or Hilliards? It makes sense if it would be the case, but I would like a opinion of somebody how actually used both clutch types. I got black springs today for 3000+rpm engagement and it helps but there is still too much vibration which could and will damage sprockets and the clutch itself. Can somebody tell me more?
I honestly think the 212cc Predator doesnt work with a cheaper shoe clutch no matter what ratio or rpm the clutch engages.
Last edited by Predator303; 12-17-2012 at 05:04 PM.