I won't ever run aftermarket clutches in my stuntbike, the springs are a lot harder to pull than stock! Not saying that aftermarkets are bad at all though!I wouldnt think so... I've talked to a bunch of drag racers and they swear up and down your stock clutches are by far the best
I have a 1k that I’m very comfortable on what size chain and sprocket should I put on it?? I no the front end comes up very easy with stock just didn’t no if I could slow the rotation down a bit?Full list of mods:
Subcage (replaced passenger pegs)
12 bar our round bar
extended idle cable
clean air mod
rear handbrake setup
larger rear sprocket
after market clipons to accomidate for rear handbrake
Easy pull clutch perch (RSC is the best brand)
This is pretty much the basic list of mods you'd have to do in order to fully setup your bike!
Most guys don't mess with thier suspension for stunting but some do.
We usually put the handbrake under the clutch and runan 80 inch braided brake line to a second rear caliper on the rear disc! also aside from denting the gas tank we put a hole in the rear seat for our feet! Theres a lot more to a stuntbike than a big sprocket and a dented tank!