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Clutch or No Clutch on new build

Old 07-21-2015, 12:35 PM
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So I am building a new Enforcer 46" with a Hanson Pro Mod PUM26.

I am running into a serious debate with myself over running a clutch, the boat will be used as a sport boat but speed is so important to me as my other boat is a silex pro (no clutch).

So what I am asking everyone is simple. On average how much power is lost through the clutch if it is in the 5mph range then I am for sure going to pass on the clutch but if it is less than that then I might install a clutch/Water Pump in this new build.

Thanks for any input.
Old 07-24-2015, 08:17 AM
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What it comes down to is how much the clutch slips. If it is fairly tight, you should see little speed loss. If it slips a lot, you will get a lot of wear to go along with a lower speed

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