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Balance the carburettors carefully and regularly, don't set the idle too low, (1100 is fine.) and don't sit at the lights in gear with the clutch engaged.
Out of balance carbs, (Or TB's) lead to an increase in the unevenness of the power pulses and therefore the acceleration and deceleration of the flywheel. That effect is also more pronounced the lower the idle speed. When the clutch is engaged that leads to the teeth of the plates knocking back and forward with greater force and speeds up damage to both plate splines and those in the boss and flywheel.
Don't lug it, keep the rpm above about 4K.Whip up a fixture to check and fix alignment between engine and gearbox. Suspect this if it chews up clutches https://postimg.cc/image/5uk465lff/
Ewww, I downloaded the picture, and it's not legible. Can you post it some other way?
I have the same problem, it was posted the last time this topic rolled around and I just went back and found it to repost. Im hoping one of our smarter IT guys could fix it so we could make a paper copy.
Paging Unkept. Mr. Unkept to the courtesey phone, please..
Well, almost. All the dimensions aren't there. Thanks, though..
I see all the dimensions. I don't see any tolerances.I'm not sure how this gauge is used??
I also have been looking at this with interest and for the life of me can not figure out how it is used. Would not the thing be buried by the bell housing so you can't see what is going on? Got to be something simple that is beyond my normally foggy thinking.
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