Clutch recommendation?

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Bill

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What's recommended? Or has anyone had trouble with there factory clutch on a 103 with cams? One thing leads to.....

I bet you'll be surprised how good the stock clutch holds up.

My 107" still has the stock clutch with 98/106 on a hot day. I don't do burnouts much but I do drive it pretty hard.

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Baddd bagger

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Take the cover off loosen up the nut then run the adjuster all the way in then back out a half turn and try it that's what I did and helped a bit


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DCHBGR

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Clutch is plenty strong for some cams...adjust it first unless you burned it up...and I run it in till it touches and lock it down. Never tried the half turn out?
 

Baddd bagger

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That's what my buddy did to mine that half or quarter turn back assures u ur not engaging the clutch it seemed to work for mine


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Gary H.

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I've had issues with mine since the 555's were installed. The dealer said that when you start approaching 1/1 horsepower to cubic inches, it's time to upgrade the stock clutch. At least the springs.
 

DAPERFORMANCE

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Some hydraulic clutches have a slower release if ur running Harley hydraulic master u should run a heavier spring or the aim plate. Stk clutch plates are fine with a 100 hp motor

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Zach

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If it still feels like it's slipping after you re-adjust, try putting a SE spring in. That should be plenty to hold a 103 with cams.

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