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  • Gsr46r

    Hey. recently bought a gsr46. very happy with the ped, its a beast. but it has a slightly high rpm at cruising speed, and the clutch does not engage until at a fairly high rpm. any tips for gearing with dominator pipe and what should I do with the clutch for a quieter rpm at cruising speed?
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  • #2
    The stock clutch springs don't engage until high rpm. Try " clutch saver springs" at Davesmotors. Your clutch will engage at a lower rpm. Toymaker also sells a nicer clutch if you have the extra money.


    • #3
      Thanx.😁🤙 Any idea about the gearing with the dominator pipe? 1 size larger on the front sprocket will do any change?


      • #4
        If you are under 190lb run a 9 or 10t up front. Also there is a writeup on here on how to heat your springs to get lower engagement, the stock engagement is terribly high.


        • #5
          thanks for the tip🤙 I weigh around 180, but I will also be able to drive smoothly up hills. so a nice combination would have been fine. i saw ddm was out of stock for the toymakers clutch, is it worth the wait or just buying yellow springs?