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« le: Décembre 09, 2011, 06:52:16 »

Well, my clutch on my VF1000R has been slipping lately so I thought it was time to replace it. So I starting and new project to revive the clutch. Next year I am contemplating Nitrous Oxide kit for my VF. So I need a very strong clutch. I went with the Barnett performance kit. It did not start out that way till I pulled the clutch assembly and found the steel plates were burnt. I just got the Barnett friction plates and then I order the the Barnett steel plates. Honda does not sell the clutch spring anymore, so I did some reseach and found the VF1100 magna clutch spring is a perfect replacement. And it is the same size.

Here is the clutch spring replacement with honda part number if you ever have to replace yours:



Now for the wonderful stuff the clutches.




Still playing with this idea but this is the kit I'm looking at and thinking of installing in a year



And last but not least I bought her some new lungs.



I have been looking for carburetors for three 3 years and this set is the cleanest set I have ever found. It cost me some good money but worth it. After I install these I will put my original set up on ebay.  The are still good carbs but need to be rebuilt. This is how Santa Claus is taking care of me this year.  :blues


Merry Christmas everyone. I hope Santa brings you nice presents...
« Dernière édition: Décembre 09, 2011, 06:55:17 par oldschool » Journalisée
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« Répondre #1 le: Décembre 09, 2011, 08:02:05 »

 :vieux2 Merry Christmas to you! It's always good having news from you, and your bike! Thanks for the clutch spring reference. I hope it will cope with the power granted by the Nox system !
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« Répondre #2 le: Décembre 09, 2011, 09:19:06 »

Nox ^^
What quantifiable power-up do you expect with such system? (10-20hp or more?)
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« Répondre #3 le: Décembre 10, 2011, 06:38:16 »

I am real sure the Barnett clutch will hold up. I have always use Barnett clutches for any of my performance builds. My Frisco chopper currently has the Barnett kit where the stock clutches have fail. The Frisco Chopper generates a lot of torque with the 90 inch performance motor, which is 1474cc. The V-twin motors are torque monsters. For handling the power the Barnett clutch has worked for me many years. 

This NOS kit starts at 30 hp additional. But they do have smaller jets. I will probably start with a minimum of 20 hp and may increase to 30 hp maximum after running it and seeing how the VF reacts with the 20hp first. Can't say I would ever go beyond a 30 shot. Don't think the VF motor would hold up with anymore than a 30 shot. For a stock motorcycle motor of a 1000cc with a 20 shot should be enough to run safely without hurting the motor. Yet I still have 2 projects before I start an install of NOS. I am looking forward to it though.

 
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