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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-17-2014, 08:29 AM Thread Starter
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Default Who is runnig a Barnett clutch and spring

I put these in over the past winter and let me say now when I drop from 5th to 4th at higher rpms no slip or noise just flys.Clutch is stiffer but performs great.
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When/if I need to put a clutch in mine I'll probably go Barnett

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I just replaced my stock clutch after about 10,000 KM's (6,000 miles). Less than a year out of a clutch was a little disappointing, and no support from Victory or the dealer, so I was on my own.

The folks at Barnett Clutches were able to get me the spring, plates and fibres next day to Canada. They were great to deal with.

The clutch went in like a dream and works great. Pulls hard and no slipping. There is, however, a slight squeak on take off in first. A friend of mine says that can happen with carbon fibre clutches. Has anyone else had this experience?
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