The second set of torque springs (pillow springs), externally mounted, controls the pressure by using a push pin on the clutch linings against the clutch bell. This prevents most of the slipping phase of the clutch, thus creating less friction and allowing less heat to be created. Heat is lost power! Thus your scooter will accelerate much faster due to the power transfer occurring at a lower RPM.
The clutch can be customized to all personal needs. For example, if you want to get more power at start, choose a stronger clutch spring to increase the starting RPM. If you want to shorten the slipping phase of the clutch, you should use a weaker torque (pillow) spring. For an extreme start, choose a strong clutch spring and a very weak (or no) pillow spring.
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