umm. but being at 8000 and 8050RPM at only 62mph means that if you stay in the trottle, the ecu is about to start cutting back on you. sure it got up to 60mph quick but what will it do all out. because sitting at 8000 and 8050 in the 50-60mph range means you are almost all outta gear.
No one pulled your chain. You worry about you, and I'll worry about me.///AIRDAM said:you keep my name out of your mouth and you wont even see me. i dont have time for pissing matches. i am past that. i am too busy for that.
I use valve lapping compound on every clutch system I install. I use a dab of blue loctite. Both the primary and secondary bolt that comes with STM clutches have lock washers. Torque them to specs and you will never have any issues.When you guys are installing the stm clutches, are you honing the taper of the clutch to the crank with some valve grinding compound? Also the directions say nothing about any Loctite on the primary or secondary mounting bolt. Im assuming you don't use any?
Was that top speed ?Here's a video to the outcome of the rpms! We started out with a PATV7 (bright green) primary spring and PS11 (Pink secondary spring, 185/300). 40 degree helix, and 11/2/2 on the weight configuration. It was a little off. Was around 7550 rpms. I had Trev remove the tip and center giving is 11/0/0 for weights and it was next to perfect.
I sent Trev some extra springs for tuning as well. But they weren't needed.
Glad I could get you taken care of bud! I've enjoyed helping get you taken care of! Enjoy!