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    Hillard fury clutch question

    I currently is a fury on my predators, because that's what the rules are. I really like them, works well, and easy to maintain.

    Will this clutch work as well on a clone. I run a 425 weight class.

    Thanks

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    Yes, it will be ok.

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    I would think you would want to raise the engagement rpm setting on your clutch to better match the increased torque of the built clone engine over the previous Predator engine you were running.
    Predator engines normally need the engagement of the clutch around 32-3400 rpm whereas most of the built clones (AKRA/NKA) are now around 38-4000 rpm.
    Springs are available to change the engagement rpm - that should be the only change you need to make.



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