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Annealing Evo clutch plates
When it comes to clutch, brakes and other friction based systems, the more friction we can effectively produce, the better. Most often, soft metal interfaces will produce more effective friction than hard metal interfaces, but soft metal is hard to work with since it degrades, deforms and will be worn away. This problem is resolved in most cases by a soft/hard metal interface where the wear of the soft metal is planned for.


This guide will show you how to use the process of annealing to soften the metal clutch discs inside of the clutched Evo transmissions (Evo two speed transmission and Evo slipper clutch transmission). After softening these discs, the clutch will catch more easily and more forcefully with less pressure necessary.

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