SMC Bullet Clutch

lemtracy

Member
Does anybody have the paperwork for a Bullet Clutch? I picked up an almost new one from a friend that stopped racing several years ago but there is no paperwork with it and no driver

Thanks
 

flattop1

Dawg 89
I may , it takes smc drivers . Bully fit as well .
Read the post 2 or 3 just below (what clutch is this ,i think ) .
Same basic operation as the other disc 's add weight to lower engagement tighten or loosen the springs higher or lower engagement .
 

flattop1

Dawg 89
Does anybody have the paperwork for a Bullet Clutch? I picked up an almost new one from a friend that stopped racing several years ago but there is no paperwork with it and no driver

Thanks
Try this .
Assuming a stock Briggs & Stratton or similar engine: with four brass washers on each lever - spring height/rpm as follows .750/3400, .720/3800 .690/3800

Adjusting the nut one flat (1/6 turn) equals approximately 60 rpm. Adding two washers per lever drops about 400 rpm.

Maximum/minimum spring heights: .820/.630

There is no air gap specification.

Many of the Bullet clutch parts are still available. The number at SMC is 513-598-1600.
 
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