> Baron Von Hamilton Wrote:
> Rocco I don’t know what in the hell your getting at. Sorry I don’t get
> on hear and boast much but when you build a fast enough bike to keep up
> with any of mine we can talk.
> Maitland, I have been breaking bells because when the clutch goes it
> takes the bell with it. Kinda bums me out. Definitely have been putting
> more oil in, but I think I may try and triple what is called for. I
> think your on to something there. If a clutch arm wears out it just
> groves the bell so quick I would not trust it if I had it turned on a
> lathe. Last one the Kevlar pads wore out and metal from clutch arms
> groved the bell super badly. My KTM bell is trashed. It is egg shaped
> with the inside been sanded super smooth by 3 sets of pads wearing out
> in there. Even had a clutch arm break and push the clutch brace into
> the bell almost cutting through it. I bought a Tomar clutch and I am
> not super jazzed on setting it up. Idk if it will work like I want it
> to. I only see negative stuff in threads. So essentially I am just
> searching for a solution for my bike to make it more than one rally.
My e50 with all the same parts as you is definitely way slower then your build that is highly correct without a doubt. now If I add a small 6 speed manually transmission to that, let’s just say it would be wicked cool.
You can buy all the aftermarket e50 clutchs u you want buddy lol
It is rad to see all the different clutch’s that got made for the e50 just hoping for that lil extra performance gain
Don’t worry I have an e50 clutch fetish too just don’t tell my friends.
Someone should make a stronger bell, iv broken a few but one had a crack starting on it before it blew apart. (edited)