Using stock weights in primary, and no I haven't clocked red epi spring yet. It's a little stiffer spring. I think if I clock the red spring to B-2 it might be to stiff to run all the way out secondary clutch, and I think it will slow me down,But it was faster with red spring and used lower rpms to get to 52 mph at 5000 rpms I would say im running out of engine and not even close to rev. limiter. But with the white spring in clocked to B-2 my rpm's are higher and not as fast only 48 mph at 5300 rpm's but awesome low end torque ,Riddler have you replaced your factory spring.
Team Arctic just brought over the red EPI tonight (thanks)
I have 2 sets of clutches,
Kind of undecided on red and white spring.
I'm leaning toward clocking the red epi and putting all 23g rollers,
Currently running 4 23's and 4 19's
I was hitting my speed limiter around 5700rpm.
Team Arctic also brought over a dynatec cdi sooo.
I am gonna do something with clutch (probbibly undecided until I pull it apart)
Then put the cdi on and go rippen!
Team arctic had a good idea of splitting the difference between b-1 and b-2 and drilling a new hole for the spring.
Too many decisions I will sleep on it and come up with something tomorrow.
Thanks for the info.