Engines

11.90 Pea Shooter

8.90 Sniper Jr.

7.90 Sniper Lite 3.50"

7.90 Sniper XL

Briggs & Stratton 206

 

 

 

Packages

11.90 Pea Shooter

8.90 Sniper Jr.

7.90 Sniper Lite 3.50"

7.90 Sniper XL

Briggs & Stratton 206

 

 

 

Clutches

Holeshot Series Overdrive

Original Jr Non-Overdrive

Clutch Components

Ramps

Helixes

 

 

 

Turn-Key Racecar

The HP Difference

HP Assassin Turn-Key Cars

 

 

 

Components

Carburetor

Clutch

Racecar

 

 

New Inventory

Used

Apparel

FAQ

Contact

 

 

 

Clutch Springs are an important part of the consistency of your racecar. The Driver Springs set your stall speed, which is the RPM at which your clutch will engage. The weaker the stall spring the lower your idle speed will have to be. At Huddleston Performance we tend to run a Purple stall spring in our 8.90 and slower combinations, and a Green stall spring in our 7.90 and quicker applications.

Stall Springs - $17.50

The Driven Springs control how quickly your Driven unit is allowed to open. The stiffer the spring you run, the slower the Driven unit can open which slows down the overall process of the clutch. You can change the shift rate of the Driven unit by changing springs or tightening the spring through the holes in your helix. A red spring will offer you a stiffer spring, slowing down the shift rate. While a yellow spring isn't quite as stiff, making the shift rate quicker.

Driven Springs - $17.50