So after months of procrastination I finally ordered a new Hunterworks belt, as that seems to be what most of you fellas suggest. I got the belt in the mail about 3 or 4 days ago which was a really quick delivery job and I’m happy about that. So upon opening up my clutch housing I was interested to see the condition of my clutches, I’ve blown them out two or three times already since I’ve had the machine 1,400 miles ago but I’ve never really had a chance to do a thorough inspection. I must say, I may have gotten a lucky one though. After removing the stock belt (which was in no way causing me problems, I just wanted a spare and heard that the Hunterworks belt helped to take the jerkiness out of the initial moving of the car) I noticed that my sheeves, on both the primary and secondary, are absolutely flawless. I ran my hand gently up and down each sheeve face and felt no indentation, bumps, burrs, NOTHING. Also, the square pucks on my secondary are causing no indentation either, now you can see where they’re rubbing but it’s just enough to make the aluminum look shiny in that area but in no way was making a groove. Anyway, back to the Hunterworks belt, I only just walked in the house after doing an intial little 2-3 mile ride just to ensure everything was good and it feels really nice. There’s still a hint of jerkiness upon the initial take off but nothing like my stock belt, the Hunterworks is way better. I hear good things and hope it’ll hold up. By the way, I’ve put 1,400 miles on this machine since I bought it new last august and while I do proper maintenance and baby it in that regard, I by no means baby it while I’m out riding with friends, I wouldn’t consider it abuse though either. Anyway, everything looks good and I’m really happy my clutches are, so far, holding up nicely. Fingers crossed!