Pete Muller has an article on clutches on his web site. I feel it’s a very important perspective on clutches. Nothing on dependability, but it’s one of the most instructive articles I’ve ever seen on clutches. I often tell people to read it.Inferno Blaze? While tunable, is it dependable? Assuming the bully set up...
Thinking of giving it a try on a sprint kart.
I like the flame. They sell really well and i never get the annoying chattering with this clutch and its easy to work on. I've tested the noram and stinger and I choose the flame. I've never messed with the Mongrel clutch.How does the Flame stack up against the Mongrel from ARC?
The only time I’ve ever seen shoes discolor is when the clutch was slipping at too high an RPM. Do you have a tack?The shoes are discolored too. Im new to these clutches, should it get hot enough to turn the shoes different colors? Or is that a sign of its gone too far and needs to be replaced?
The Hilliard is "machined" also inside and has grooves but its not the same. No matter what you do on the track you should get full contact pattern of the shoe...The Mongrel is suppose to be machined per the ARC website so I assume it has been done. Its probably abuse on my part as I am a new racer.