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Hey RJH,I don?t have Doo clutch experience ? so just wondering?..
It was mentioned, one set of ramps is more aggressive. To me that means ? they shift harder.
Then, my way of thinking ? they are better ? like for coming off a turn on an ice oval, no drag.
Then, it?s mentioned ? they are good in the tight section of the track.
Then, my way of thinking, we would want an angle that would let the thing shift up easy - rev faster not harder. Harder would pull the engine down ? if it tried to shift up too fast.
Until I see one..I?m guessing?.. that, the deeper the moon shape?the softer the shift?
Very observant MXZX313!Hey stokes, sorry i got back to this so late. I don't have any experience with the 422. I agree with what Tom and Gasman are saying, but personally, i didn't see too much difference between the 435 and 427 for trail riding besides the higher engagement. I run waay low finish angles in my secondary (Team TSS-98) so i never had any problems with getting good backshift. I just didn't like the trenching i got with the 435. I know what GasMan is saying though, and if i remember he runs something like 21g of pin weight which i just couldn't get my engine to pull.
Jeez...what do you run for fuel with LC domes? (And HC domes for that matter)Very observant MXZX313!
I get 156 to 160 PSI per jug with LC domes and 190 to 195+ PSI with HC domes pending on which BG's I use. - That's how I run 21g+ weights. I get re-nicked every year w/ some extra plating to tighten up the piston / jug clearance.