when i was taking my clutch apart, i bent the lower assembly of the rekluse by backing out the screws! talk about a design flaw. or bone-headedness, either one. but i had to go back to a manual clutch, and i cant believe it, but i like the hookup of a manual clutch much better. though i really hate the lever pull. i have to find a way to combine the hookup of a manual and the advantage of the auto, which could only mean more tungsten balls and maybe a bit more spring tension. im using 5 already, but now i see i need a much lower stall speed and a steeper engagement curve. would more T.C. balls and more spring tension give me what im looking for, or will the two negate each other? i need a very sharp engagement right off idle, but want it to disengage enough to avoid stalling. anyone know how to make this happen?