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Old 05-03-2019, 06:07 PM   #1
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clutch pack hard as rock

I finally got around to slipping in my billet clutch basket from a recent group buy here and put in a barnetts slippwr clutch pack also. 3 times I have put it together (LESS THE OIL) and whenI pull in the clutxh lever its solid as a rock and no movement.
I verified it works with the button mechanism out so thats not the issue here.
Cant figure this out anyone have this issue when installing a clutch or basket??
I get zero movement on the clutch handle installed. Its free uninstalled meaning thw lever and button is free moving.
triple checked torques and clutxh pack disks too
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Old 05-03-2019, 08:01 PM   #2
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so I figurednit out but need some specs for the clutch spring guide springs bolts torque
the manual says to torque them to 9.7 nm but that is obviously for a stock basket and clutch pack.
anyone have an installation sheet for a slippwr clutch with torque info??
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Old 05-04-2019, 07:32 PM   #3
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So what was wrong?
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So what was wrong?
the clutch actuator bolts when torqued to the spec in the book became bottomed out and no more travel of the actuator i backed them out to where it looks to be in a few videos online and it works now.
I have a call into barnetts to ask what the spec is for these spring bolts torque
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something sounds wrong
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It's not a matter of tightening the bolts, but wrong assembly, for example too many discs.
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It's not a matter of tightening the bolts, but wrong assembly, for example too many discs.
hmmm
I slipped in the entire packet as shipped other than the lifter plate I replaced.
I will pull the clutch pack out and count each.
the barnetts slipper is a single extra disc so if should be 10 friction and 8? separator disks
i will shoots pixs of it all
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Maybe the bolts just to long?
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Maybe the bolts just to long?
not sure.
still have the stock clutch pack so i can alway use it if this one is the shitz
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maybe the slipper cluch hub is on the ramp, this is not an uncommon assembly failure
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maybe the slipper cluch hub is on the ramp, this is not an uncommon assembly failure
I pulled it all apart tonight see pics and I think but not 100% sure that you may be correct jan. It looked like it might have been up on the slipper ramps when i pulled out the disks and spacers.
9 disks 8 spacers is correct count and the hub was free so I know that wasnt it.
I will put it back in tomorrow and see.
The ramp pics are after i made sure it was seated.
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Old 05-08-2019, 06:15 PM   #13
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Talked to barnetts about the spring torque, they said 5-6 nm.
In addition to this they said it sounds that the 3 special friction plates may not be installed in the pack correctly, so I will pull it apart and look at the order.
What a pain. Almost (not really) ready to slap the stock clutch pak back in there and call it quits.
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How stupid am I.
I just noticed while looking at the pics I uploaded, this is a HD slipper clutch pack and not a Barnetts clutch pack.
Look at the HD numbers on the thing, I hold in my hand the entire purchase (did not only purchase disks and plates).
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How stupid am I.
I just noticed while looking at the pics I uploaded, this is a HD slipper clutch pack and not a Barnetts clutch pack.
Look at the HD numbers on the thing, I hold in my hand the entire purchase (did not only purchase disks and plates).
Are you staggering the top disk? If not then the top disk has to go into the short slot between the deep slots.

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