Hay guys, I just finished rebuilding my Comet 4-Pro clutch. It was a bugger to get off the engine. I bent 2 pullers! I repaired the factory puller and with a hammer rap and some heat, it flew off, hitting the trailing arm. The clutch hasn't been off, since is was new in 2007. There was rust holding it on.
I was amazed that there wasn't much wear. The fly weight bushings, were loose but not to bad. Even the buttons weren't that badly worn. I'm kinda ticked, because I think I could've run it for a few more years. The only thing that concerned me was the pivot bolt nuts, were loose. I used red lock tight on the new bolts and nuts and on the spider threads. Blue lock tight on the cap bolts. The spider will take some heat, to get it off.
After a weekends riding I always lube the clutch. I use Comet dry lube. I give a light spray to the rollers, fly weight pivots and the faces of the button guides. It was caked, all over inside the bushings. It was doing a better job, than I thought.
Mike @ RRP, got me the rebuild kits, so I put in all the new bushings, buttons, pins, bolts and nuts and rollers. The faces of the weights had a few dimples in them, from the rollers. I used a diamond file to smooth them out and deburr the edges. Lacquer thinner will remove the dried Comet lube.
I think this is proof, to me, that the dry lube works. I would recommend that using it on the Comet and the Team Clutches. I believe its still available, if not LPS makes a Moly-lube that is similar.
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