Should I go with what I know? A 2 shoe oem clutch is super easy to tune with kickstart springs. It also offers fewer variables when dialing in a new build.
The jammer is a bit lighter, and supposedly offers a lot of advantages, but I've never played around with it before. Not sure if it'll be better for hills around here, but it may pair nicely with the lightened clutch bell and starter plate.
Maybe I'll sit on the jammer a little longer until the engine is on a bike.