Are all MTC slider baskets compatible with the Gen II?
For the most part they are compatible, but there are some exceptions. If you have an old KZ900/1000 or GS1100/1150 slider basket equipped with the steel inner backing plate, it is not possible to use that with a Gen II multistage. The Gen II uses a plate which is pinned to the inside of the basket, it is not possible to install that into one of these old baskets. The GSXR 1000 does not use a pinned plate due to the factory design of the clutch and isn’t restricted, any MTC GSXR 1000 slider basket can be used with a Gen II.
Later model KZ and GS slider baskets have eliminated the need for the inner plate and are solid aluminum, which can be drilled for the pin holes if not already equipped. The newer bikes didn’t have these plates and are not subject to this restriction.
If you are not sure if you basket has the holes, look inside the bottom for 3 blind holes drilled next to the rivet heads. If those are present, the slider basket is ready to use with a Gen II. Don’t worry if the holes are not in there, we can put those holes in your later model MTC slider basket, just send it in with your order.
Can I use my MTC billet inner hub with a Gen II?
Can the Gen II be operated as a slider?
Does a Gen II Multistage have a stall speed?
How does heat affect a Gen II clutch?
Putting an excessive amount of heat into the clutch during the burnout can cause your bike to creep or pull through the lights. You can help alleviate this problem by maintaining a high enough RPM during the burnout to keep the clutch from slipping. Try tipping the bike to the right, after the burnout to get some oil on the clutch.
If you have an air control on the clutch release, make sure the hold pressure is high enough to keep the Gen II from overpowering the release cylinder.
How many different static springs are available for the Gen II?
I already have a MTC slider clutch, can I use any of the parts to convert to a Gen II?
I misplaced my instructions, where can I get another copy?
I want to dyno my Gen II equipped bike, what do I need to do?
Is the Gen II streetable?
We do not have any feedback from anyone trying to use a Gen II on the street. Due to the way the Gen II Multistage operates, it would require a completely different setup to even attempt to street ride. The possibility exists, as with all lockup type clutches, that at a high enough RPM or speed the clamping force could be significant enough to prevent the rider from pulling the clutch lever.
All of MTC’s parts are sold for offroad use only and makes no claim as to suitability or legality of on road use.
Isn't adding weight to the arms the same as changing the dynamic springs?
What RPM do each of the dynamic springs apply?
Why is maintaining the air gap so important?