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Just finshed installing a Barnett clutch basket -- nice piece. It looks like the basket rubs against the clutch cover gasket (I'm using the stock clutch cover). Anybody else have this problem? If so, how did you resolve it?
 
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Re: Barnett clutch basket--gasket fit (ccolwell)

im not useing the stock cover but i had the same problem with the gasket rubbing on the basket, so i ditched the gasket.



 
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Re: Barnett clutch basket--gasket fit (oneducs)

I am running the Barnett with no gasket. Never tried the gasket. It won't rub for long if you decide to keep it in!

Chris
 
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Re: Barnett clutch basket--gasket fit (Vandal996)

I got rid of the gasket and it wore a grove into the stock cover.
So its all good, its got its groove on.
 
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Thanks. I ended up trimming the gasket. The it just took some very careful installation. Can't wait to find out how much difference it makes!
 
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I've installed a 999 aluminum complete clutch set up on my 748s, and it revs a lot quicker than before
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Re: (HeckLer1979)

What Heckler said

Just from that small weight loss mine lost more of that, low end take off bog, than I had expected.
 
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Re: Barnett clutch basket--gasket fit (ccolwell)

Thanks for the laugh. Never had this problem witha Nichols basket. Guess you get what you pay for.

Ducati's going to wet clutches on everything soon, anyway.
 
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