Can someone please give me the ins and outs of clutch tuning. I have a Hillard Inferno Fire clutch for my Briggs Lo206 and I’m having a tough time understanding what RPM to set the clutch engagement speed.
Ive read you want to set it for peak torque which for the black slide is 2500-3000RPM. So is it that simple?
What are the advantages to setting it at a lower RPM or a higher RPM? Does having the clutch fully engaged gong thru a corner cause a drag thus it would be better to set the Clutch engagement RPM higher so it disengages as the RPM fall off.
The Hillard chart shows 4 black spring begins to touch the drum at 3500rpm? So is it another 200-300 RPM before it begins to lock up?
Thanks, I just really want to get this cleared up.