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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-27-2009, 09:59 PM Thread Starter
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Help! Bronco Dry Clutch.

Need Help with Bronco clutch.

Have 660 Rhino with about 45 RWHP.
Two seater with heavy cage, front & rear bumpers, stereo with sub & amp, two big batteries, all the goodies, Long travel, & 27" mudlite tires.

Worked with Dan Kelly over & over he said it's not the clutch but the engine.
Spent months on this rhino going over pistons, rings, cam timming, cam profiles, carb, etc...

Everthing seems to run great, except the motor revs up to 7800 rpm off a stop, and then SLOWLY comes down to 6900 rpm around 40 mph.
Won't even spin the tires in the rain.

I've tried every spring from stock up to white (EPI), different weight combos, new belt. nothing will get this thing out of the hole & run fast.
Yea I can get it to 69 mph, but takes 1/4 mile to get there.

This is a sand guy with paddles tires and I know the 27" tires are heavy, but this thing gotta get going faster.

I've never worked with a dry clutch, everyone boast about them, but I need help.

Do your guy's dry clutch get up and go right now, because my wet clutch pulls harder than this by far.

Thanks, Pauly.
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WE HAVE INSTALLED OVER 100 BRONCO CLUTCHES , NEVER HAD A PROBLEM, WHAT EXHAUST ,CARB ETC ARE YOU RUNNING W/ A STOCK RHINO AND CDI YOU SHOULD BE LAYING 6-8FT TRACKS IN THE CONCRETE ON TAKEOFF
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WE HAVE INSTALLED OVER 100 BRONCO CLUTCHES , NEVER HAD A PROBLEM, WHAT EXHAUST ,CARB ETC ARE YOU RUNNING W/ A STOCK RHINO AND CDI YOU SHOULD BE LAYING 6-8FT TRACKS IN THE CONCRETE ON TAKEOFF
IF NOT MAYBE WE CAN HELP
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686 JE piston 11:1, Yosh dual ex., 45mm Mikuni, Porting, New valves, Big K&N, dynatek, etc...

What color primary spring do you run?
Thanks, pauly.
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ON OUR CARS WE WOULD RUN A STOCK PRIMARY SPRING,9 WEIGHTS MIKUNI 45 MM CARB,POSSIBLE CARB NOT BEING DIALED IN WE HAVE NOT TESTED YOSHI PIPES ONLY EXP TAKING THEM OFF FROM BEING BROKEN TRY DMC HAVE U RECHECKED CAM TIMING
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ON OUR CARS WE WOULD RUN A STOCK PRIMARY SPRING,9 WEIGHTS MIKUNI 45 MM CARB,POSSIBLE CARB NOT BEING DIALED IN WE HAVE NOT TESTED YOSHI PIPES ONLY EXP TAKING THEM OFF FROM BEING BROKEN TRY DMC HAVE U RECHECKED CAM TIMING
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"Stock" Primary or secondary?
If it is primary, What Color?
Yes. checked cam timming over & over, even put a dregee wheel on it just to be sure.
Worked with the carb over & over.
Yosh's work great.
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My primary spring is Black with 2 white dots & 1 purple dot.
Any Help????

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06 686....

blue secondary spring....

bronco dry clutch....

shits n gits!!!

it pulls alot harder than the wet clutch did as should yours.

Fuck'em and feed'em cabbageI have found the richer your friends are.....the more they want you to suck their asses.......I guess these fools havent figured out yet I dont suck ass ~ the bigg anonymous
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