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Unread 06-14-2018, 11:20 AM   #1
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Default G16 driven clutch question

Has anyone "adjusted" an aftermarket driven secondary spring?
I bought a heavier spring because of the 25's it had no low end power and took forever to get up to speed.

I put the new spring in and the low end is better but the engine is screaming and the cart seems a lot slower until your foots all the way down. The secondary eventually opens up but that spring is way too stiff and the factory is too light. I was kicking around the idea of heating up the stiffer spring around the 2nd loop hopefully making the spring less stiff. Any thoughts???
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Unread 06-15-2018, 07:06 AM   #2
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Default Re: G16 driven clutch question

Plowmans secondary, with the proper spring for your tires and usage. Talk to Don--he will set you up with what you need. The "one size fits all applications" torque springs are usually too stiff and thick, and can lead to clutch problems...

http://www.plowmanscarts.com/parts_g_16_g_22.html

http://www.plowmanscarts.com/carts.c...1522181636&v=2
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Plowmans secondary, with the proper spring for your tires and usage. Talk to Don--he will set you up with what you need. The "one size fits all applications" torque springs are usually too stiff and thick, and can lead to clutch problems...

http://www.plowmanscarts.com/parts_g_16_g_22.html

http://www.plowmanscarts.com/carts.c...1522181636&v=2
Will do. Thanks
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Unread 07-08-2018, 08:52 AM   #4
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Default Re: G16 driven clutch question

What is the torq specs on the factory secondary clutch nut for G14s and 16s? Thanks
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