Clutch switch adjustment

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24 May 2021 10:33 #43254 by E L
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The design of the original switch has a "delay" built in.
The position of disengage on the down stroke of the pedal is different then that of the up stroke. This gives the transmission more time to shift then it would if the switch was just a make or break type of switch.
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26 May 2021 23:17 #43263 by alsancle
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E L wrote: The design of the original switch has a "delay" built in.
The position of disengage on the down stroke of the pedal is different then that of the up stroke. This gives the transmission more time to shift then it would if the switch was just a make or break type of switch.


Could you explain how this works? I'm wondering if maybe I don't understand something. My understanding is that when the clutch is depressed, the harness is energized by the red wire. When the clutch is released, then the power is dropped. I don't understand what the "delay" on the release would do.

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28 May 2021 14:41 #43267 by E L
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The clutch switch is a simple " make and brake" type switch except the make position of the lever is in a different position then the brake..
Looking inside the switch, the sliding box has stops the allow this action.
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