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"Hilliard Extreme-Duty Centrifugal Clutch - 3/4in. Bore, 13 Tooth, 35 Chain Size"

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"Hilliard Extreme-Duty clutches are ideal for the everyday demands of go-karts and youth-model snowmobiles. Thermodynamically designed clutch shoe increases the clutch's capacity to absorb heat without damaging the clutch springs, thereby providing a longer service life, even in the most demanding applications. For use with engines up to 13 HP. No warranty. Returns on unused product only. U.S.A. Bore Diameter in. 3/4, Chain Type #35, Engagement Speed RPM 2,300, Engine Up to 13 HP, Teeth qty. 13, Application Sprocket, Overload Protection Yes. Bi-directional operation Load-free starting Overload protection Easy to install Integral key design Replaceable sprocket Easy-to-change springs Tolerates excessive heat generated by inexperienced riders, riding with one foot on brake, riding in soft dirt and tall grass, and frequent starts and stops"
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What is the dimensions of the keyway?

i have a 7/8" shaft that i am going too have machined down to 3/4" and i was wondering what size the key way is so i know what i need to machine for the keyway?
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This Hillard centrifugal clutch has a 3/16 inch keyway.
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Will this work in a wet sump app

Will this clutch work in a wet sump application?
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This Hilliard Extreme-Duty centrifugal clutch will not work in a wet sump application. This clutch is to be run dry, an oil or water application will make this clutch lose torque.
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What is the maximum weight this clutch can handle.

I built an adult go kart with a 6.5 hp engine overhauled to a 9 hp. The engine has no problem but this clutch i bought does not handle the workload. Is there any modifications i can use to make this clutch work for me, or is there an industrial version of this clutch? Should i use a torque converter also?
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This clutch is made to handle up to 13 horsepower meaning that the engine should stall or bog down before the clutch slips if it is lower than 13 horsepower. There is not a kit that we offer to increase the capacity of this clutch. This is the highest capacity clutch that we offer in a 3/4" bore. If the clutch is slipping under load I would suspect that it either not operating at a high enough rpm (2300 to 5000) or is a faulty or worn clutch. The 3/4" bore torque converter kit that we offer is rated at a maximum of 8 horsepower so it will handle less of a load than this clutch. In many situations the engine will bog to less than the 2300 rpm engagement speed and not be able to recover thus causing the clutch to slip. This can be easily tested with the use of a digital tachometer giving you the added bonus of being able to keep track of the engine hours for maintenance. See link below for more details.
 
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