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    CR Yamaha Heavy-Duty Supercharger Clutch Assembly & REBUILD KIT Now In Stock

    CR Yamaha Heavy-Duty Supercharger Clutch Assembly IN STOCK


    CR Yamaha Heavy-Duty Supercharger Clutch Assembly

    After years of development and testing, we're proud to introduce the most durable heavy-duty clutch on the market! Whether you are serious racer,...
    CR Clutch $1,849.99

    CR Yamaha Heavy-Duty Supercharger Clutch Rebuild Kit

    Rebuild Kit for CR Yamaha Heavy-Duty Supercharger Clutch
    CR Clutch RB $649.99



    CR Yamaha Heavy-Duty Supercharger Clutch Rebuild Kit IN STOCK

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    Is the lumajet v3 rebuild kit still availible for purchase also? I Still have this lumajet v3 and it just slips as of right now.

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    How many hours are people getting out of the Heavy Duty Clutch Assembly From Dean`s Racing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan.daniel1990@gmail.co View Post
    Is the lumajet v3 rebuild kit still availible for purchase also? I Still have this lumajet v3 and it just slips as of right now.
    It's been discontinued and no longer available

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    It's been discontinued and no longer available
    I guess it's an $1800 paperweight now lol
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    They fail just like the OEM....that's my opinion.

    I have had one as shown in the pictures....failed within a year. Just sayin!Click image for larger version. 

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    Were you able to rebuild Deans clutch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcrisafulli View Post
    Were you able to rebuild Deans clutch?

    Robert
    Colin (as of august at a race I saw him at) was rebuilding the clutches for people when needed. Not sure about this hurricane's particular one though

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    Here's the issue that CR has seen with clutches that have failed.....

    People didn't follow instructions, or were not provided with proper instructions when the clutch was sold to them. The instructions state that BOTH holes in the bolt need to be drilled out to 5mm.

    Also, some customers ran synthetic oil. You cannot run synthetic oil with the stock clutch, or the CR clutch, otherwise you are inviting an early failure. Also, keep the oil changed frequently.... every 25 to 30 hours on a high performance ski. Good clean oil will go a long way in prolonging the life of your clutch and your engine.

    I know at this past Hydrogrags event we had a guy with the CR clutch make 7 pulls at 40 psi boost and the clutch held up fine.
    Ron Allison has had a CR clutch in his ski ALL year long and went on to win another world record.
    Racers all over the world are using this clutch. It's the only clutch holding up for the long term. Regardless, no clutch will last forever. Thankfully this clutch is rebuildable when it does wear out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Here's the issue that CR has seen with clutches that have failed.....

    The instructions state that BOTH holes in the bolt need to be drilled out to 5mm.

    Also, some customers ran synthetic oil. You cannot run synthetic oil with the stock clutch, or the CR clutch, otherwise you are inviting an early failure.
    Thank you for the advice not to use synthetic oil, here I am thinking that synthetic oil will extend the life of these parts. Will switch over to conventional oil before the season starts in 2020.

    Should the bolt that I have now be drilled out for the OEM clutch? So will an OEM clutch benefit from drilling the bolt to 5mm? This is done to improve the oil volume to the clutch I guess?
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