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Thread: Heelclicker clutching help, Mr Viper or someone

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    It says for 01 sxr and 02 and up Vipers, due to the casting or something. But this is a 1997 model. Anyway, running 14 mm rollers didnt help.
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    you could try a softer belt so it grabs harder but it sounds like you need more traction.
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    Not really sure what is softer than the stock belt. Traction might be the cause. Anyway, it still does 87 on the dream-o-meter.
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    With 250 rpm overrev, the top end is 3 mph better.
    Weird.
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    Maybe less wrap on secondary spring would let it shift faster out of the gate, lowering rpm initially.
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    Good point, could try that.
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