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Clutches??

Just curious to what brand clutch kits everybody is running. I went with the Barnett Dirt Digger kit. Ive been out on two trips so far with my new engine set up, maybe 10 hours total. It is slipping under hard acceleration on hard packed surfaces. Im also using rotella oil for the break in.
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I've been running the Tusk discs, stock basket, and HD springs without issue. 474 high comp big bore.
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That's actually what I had before I built this new engine. Gonna look into it more this weekend and rule out any other problems before I buy another clutch.
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I run the OEM springs and disks. I haven't had any problems with it running my 535 BB.

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Im hoping its a cable problem but will find out for sure this weekend.
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I've had good luck with Tusk in my Hondas, even better luck with Pro X and OEM, Hinson are even better. Never had much luck with Barnett and EBC was hit and miss for me. You might be out of adjustment or grooved basket. Maybe take a look. If the oil is black and smells burned then you most likely have slipping, causing friction and heat...clutches don't like that!

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I really liked the Hinson non slipper clutch. Had a tusk kit shatter in the basket once. Not sure if it was defective or just a freak thing. Cant go wrong with an oem either.

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