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So there are many ways to setup your clutch but if you decide to go with a clutch from MWSC or Zack Kerber you need a double five puck clutch or the big 12 puck clutch from Zack.
The double 5 uses the 5/8 drive shaft and the 12 puck uses a 1 inch shaft.
I have run my double 5 from Zack for two seasons now without any issues.
I believe the cost for the two setups is pretty close but the big clutch makes things kinda cramped but that one inch drive shaft is nice and strong.
You will need to remove your starter ring gear and put it on new flywheel this is done by heating it. If you are using the 5 puck clutch use some grade 8 blots and just cut off the heads. Remember there is a bolt pattern. The flywheel will only bolt to crankshaft in one position.
So the 1105 has a offset weight front pulley and flywheel. The reason given by Kubota is this stops the rocking motion that the 3cyl firing order creates.
Very important to add a hanger bearing between engine and diff just behind spring. The collar on the bearing must be locked to the shaft otherwise when pushing clutch you put all that tension onto your coupling bolt and input shaft. For extra hold I added a split collar on shaft against bearing also locked to shaft.
Some guys have done a hydraulic setup for clutch with good success. I personally like a mechanical setup I find you feel the clutch release better through your foot.
Two 3/4 threaded rod and two square tubes one with a hole for driveshaft.