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i see barnett has a kevlar and carbon fiber clutch kit both are the same price so what better or what is the advantages or disadvantages of each.
One of the techs from a local independendant shop races and runs the carbon fiber set up on a big Kowy.He says the draw back that he has found in the 0 to 60 ft is temerature.The higher the temp gets the slower the time.Maybe different w the Revo because of the temp being pretty consistant.He uses castrol oil.Elgavilan said:I can't speak for the carbon fiber clutch, but I put the extra plate kevlar clutch in my V Rod a couple of weeks ago. Took it to the races last Sunday, made 10 runs and it performed flawlessly all day. My 60' times went from 1.98 a month ago with the stock clutch to 1.74 last weekend. Launches were at 5500 to 6000 and used a PC quick shifter down track. I hear the carbon fiber will last longer under racing conditions but the kevlar is very smooth.
i put Barntt Kevlar clutch plates in my SuperGlide and am happy with it , lookin forward to a worry free year of ridingGuy at Barnett told me unless your going to be at the strip all the time go with Kevlar - about the same life as carbon fiber but made for street.