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post #1 of 6 Old June 20th, 2019, 07:12 AM Thread Starter
 
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Is this much play acceptable? Boondocker w/Heelclicker

So long story short, I had to replace my primary clutch and I just added the Heelclicker kit to my P85 Boondocker clutch.

I’m wondering if this much play is acceptable in the flyweights or if I need to shim them or something to remove it?

Everything is brand new in this setup so there’s no wear causing the movement.

Is this normal or do I need to deal with this before I cause damage?

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Re: Is this much play acceptable? Boondocker w/Heelclicker

Your spider should be holding pressure on the weights

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Re: Is this much play acceptable? Boondocker w/Heelclicker

When I had that clutch setup on my Boondocker Turbo car...I tried and liked the Heelclicker weight setup...and they did move like that...but ended up using the 10 series Polaris weights, and liked them better.

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Re: Is this much play acceptable? Boondocker w/Heelclicker

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Your spider should be holding pressure on the weights
So you're saying that they shouldn't be moving at all like this?

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Re: Is this much play acceptable? Boondocker w/Heelclicker

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When I had that clutch setup on my Boondocker Turbo car...I tried and liked the Heelclicker weight setup...and they did move like that...but ended up using the 10 series Polaris weights, and liked them better.

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I have the rooster 10 series adjustables but the base arm weight is too heavy for my setup (56g) and I can't get my RPM up high enough.

I ordered the lightest heelclicker arms to try and get my rpm back but even with them I have had to remove all the weight to get the rpm up but now I'm getting belt slip.

I think I need to get into spring tuning so I can use more weight (and possibly switch back to the roosters because they didn't have play) but I really don't know where to start on the springs...

lol anyone with any insight into spring tuning?

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