New clutch for 2001 motor

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boxhead

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Well, finally kicking off the rebuild, but I still have a couple parts to buy. I'm going to need a very tough clutch that can withstand 40+ hp of abuse, and the stiffness of the clutch lever isn't a concern. If anyone can make any suggestions on what would be a good clutch package to buy I would appreciate it very much. If anyone knows of a good quality clutch basket that would also be a plus, I haven't been able to find one for the warrior yet. So far this is the list of **** that will be done within the next couple months of rebuilding the motor, it's about to take some serious abuse, or at least I hope!

Web full race cam w/kibblewhite springs
398cc stroker crank from hotrods
cometic gasket kit
stainless steel valves, intake +1mm, and a valve job
all around port 'n polish
+10 nitrous booster after taxes
new oil pump (just in case ;D)
+2" LS swingarm also after taxes


Going to be a fun project, I just started ripping the cylinder and head off today, lets see how bad I fucked them up...
 

yamarider

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I think that the best clutch available for the warrior is the DP clutch. I don't remember ever seeing any aftermarket clutch baskets for a warrior though.
 

boxhead

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That's the one I saw at alba for $140. I wonder if it's really any stiffer than the OEM components. So far it seems to be the best option, but I'm gonna wait to see what else is out there.
 
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