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Joined: Sat Aug 05, 2017 8:39 am
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Location: Arroyo Grande, CA
scooters and mods: 2005 Zuma, Athena alu. Sport 70cc, Giannelli Reverse pipe, NCY variator and clutch, UNI flat filter in 125cc airbox,
Post Clutch spring guidance
So, i've got a slow take off problem since installing my new Gianelli pipe. Am I correct in thinking I need to go with lighter rollers and stiffer clutch springs? I've just ordered the wide range roller package but am stumped on finding stiffer clutch springs. I've installed the NCY super transmission kit (107mm clutch) but it already came with the stiffest NCY springs (yellow) installed. Is there a stiffness rating on clutch springs? Can I install stiffer springs from another manufacturer on my NCY clutch or just go with another brand of clutch?

2005 Zuma 50, Athena Race BBK, Giannelli Reverse exhaust, NYC Transmission kit, Dual Headlight LED's, 125cc airbox & filter, carbon reeds in stock block, vented CVT cover, moto style kickstand, moto number plate stickers (+1/2HP)LOL,

Wed Aug 22, 2018 9:55 am

Joined: Sat Mar 02, 2019 8:06 pm
Posts: 21
Location: Savannah, GA
scooters and mods: Vino 125(dead) Riva 125(dead) Zuma 125(stolen) Derbi Atlantis(sold) Puch Maxi(restoring) Adly RT50(daily rider)
Post Re: Clutch spring guidance
I use 5g sliders, a 1k (yellow) contra, and 2k (red) clutch springs. I find this to be a nice and leveled out ride.

Mon Apr 01, 2019 7:13 pm
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