morini M1 M01 jammer clutch v0.0 !!!
morini M1 M01 jammer clutch v0.0 !!!



here's what ya get in this PARTYYY!:

new morini M1 and M01 3 shoe clutch designed for jammin. cut with lasers from egyptian steel, springs sprung from the finest of springy spring steel, friction material sourced from the depths of the andes mountains. maybe.

comes with 2 sets of springs (1.6mm and 1.7mm). for real pro blasters you'll probably want the malossi springs!

we've found that motorex ATF works great as it's designed specifically for crazy high stall spin-out performance on KTM dirtbikes. royal purple is also a winner! but we're busy dudes currently working on jammer v12 so we encourage everyone to try different oils/fluids and report back with your findings. actually, you'll need to have a full report written from the tribologist if you decide to use something crazy.

NOTE !!! -- this clutch comes partially to fully disassembled since you are going to be changing the springs around anyway. you MUST use some thread locker on the countersunk m6 bolts once you've tested out the springs and figured out which set ya like best! also, people have been having good luck with clutch performance by adding siping to the friction material on the shoes!

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5 of 5 Sick! More morini parts please June 10, 2022
taco eater : Ben Misfit from Detroit, MI United States  
I've run jammers and hammers in E50's and V1's. Hammers are far superior in every way but decided why not try a MORINI jammer?!?! The stock clutches are great but if you try lighten them to get more, they break. A stock clutch with red springs hits at 6200 cold and around 5900 with heat fade. This jammer slips to 6600 and 6200. The engagement is superb, the closet thing I've felt to a hammer clutch. I bought 2. So glad I did.

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5 of 5 Buttery December 29, 2020
taco eater : Chudas from Wichita Falls, TX  
Smoooooth transition into the powerband, yeah the stock clutches are nice but have you tried changing the springs on those things?!? Pfft about broke my finger!

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2 of 5 Waste of money May 11, 2020
taco eater : Anonymous Person  
If you broke your stock clutch, you're gonna break this one too. Jammer clutches should just be stock morini clutches adapted to other bikes, I dunno why this was even made.

EDIT: Treats is fucking great, but that doesn't make them beyond criticism, guy up there. My gripe is that morini has the best, most reliable stock moped clutch. We need sachs jammers and garelli jammers. Don't fix what ain't broke.

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5 of 5 Know and Lust May 8, 2020
taco eater : Anonymous Person from United States  
Okay so I've been running jammers for years. they are great, better than most clutches, no posts to bend, even pad engagement into the bell, simple, reliable, etc. but this, wellll hooooo doggy (Buddy Ebsen R.I.P.) these f*ck. like perfect predictable slip every single dang time into to pipe. its not a know and love, its a know and lust. I can't get over this clutch. its fantastic.

you twist -it slip-you accelerate fast-it hit pipe-you accelerate fast

Edit: dude below me sucks. Probably hasn’t even tried one. Why would you make a shitty comment when Treats works so hard to make mopeds faster for everyone

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