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    Gsxr 1k mtc slider questions

    I know a lot of guys are secretive about their slider set ups but I'm new to the game and got a mtc slider for my 1k. A few questions...

    1). Should I remove the rod behind the oil restrictor plug?

    2). Is it necessary to drill the oil restrictor for more flow?

    3). What air gap seems to work the best on grudge bike's 70+ inches?

    4). If you wanna pm me and tell me a set up that runs low 1.20's or teens on a 1k motor or nos ie stall spring height, air gap, weight on arms, etc pleeeeeease feeeeeel freeeeee!! Lol

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    I have never removed the rod.

    .050 is ideal, i always shoot for. 045-.048 because after a few shakedowns Im right on point.

    Don't know about a gsxr but. 68-.72 always worked for me. Start at 12g of weight and go from there. Get a scale. Increase one gram at a time. Take your time and record Every change and every result.

    Your launch rpm will change when you adjust spring height. Find a launch you feel comfortable with

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    To better answer your questions, who's slider are you currently using in your setup? (Slider manufacturer?)

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    You can remove the rod, it is only used in hand clutch applications. Its not really necessary to drill the oil restrictor plug in my opinion. I had consistent 1.26 sixtys at 65inches about 5 years ago with my 1k. I was 165lbs with a 03 1k, 1070 motor kit and nitrous.

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    Hey guys it's a mtc slider and got it for my motor build and I figured id try it on my stock motor and 50 shot while I'm waiting on the motor. It's 70 inch wb and I usually go 1.34 on handclutch all day on it. I got a base tune reccomended by someone of:

    .030-.040 air gap
    Medium stall springs set at .700
    And 9 grams on each arm bolt and nut included

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    u dont need the rode i never drilled mine but if ur useing a stock oil pump u might wont to drill it try ur air gap around .048

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    GET A DIGITAL MICROMETER IF YOU DONT HAVE ONE... get the airgap as close to .050 as possible. My personal favorite is .045 i've gotten good at it. Dont worry about fiber/steel count either. Do what ever you need to get that airgap. Just dont use 2fibers back to back

    When you order your clutch packs get a few extra big fibers, they always come in handy.

    And I always find it easier to take the hat off and make my measurements. I take it off... and do everything at the kitchen table. If you are comfortable it will always be right. Take your time.. measure and weigh everything 3times. When you get it down its like taking candy from a baby

    .030-.040 air gap is too tight.. and be sure to measure the step on your hat accurately.



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    You missed a couple of things... yes the fiber steel count does matter... if you get the same AG and have more surface area you will change how the clutch works. If you have to invert and double up plates, the clutch will work just fine. Its has to be the same and consistent.


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    GET A DIGITAL MICROMETER IF YOU DONT HAVE ONE... get the airgap as close to .050 as possible. My personal favorite is .045 i've gotten good at it. Dont worry about fiber/steel count either. Do what ever you need to get that airgap. Just dont use 2fibers back to back

    When you order your clutch packs get a few extra big fibers, they always come in handy.

    And I always find it easier to take the hat off and make my measurements. I take it off... and do everything at the kitchen table. If you are comfortable it will always be right. Take your time.. measure and weigh everything 3times. When you get it down its like taking candy from a baby

    .030-.040 air gap is too tight.. and be sure to measure the step on your hat accurately.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TunerRacer View Post
    You missed a couple of things... yes the fiber steel count does matter... if you get the same AG and have more surface area you will change how the clutch works. If you have to invert and double up plates, the clutch will work just fine. Its has to be the same and consistent.
    thanks Walt I wanted to say its ok to double steels to tighten the gap,not fibers.

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