My clutch has been, and still is, a little grabby each time I initally engage it. It clears up quickly. I switched to Bel Ray EXS oil and the clutch seems to have improved further and I've been using the stock basket. A hinson is going in very soon. If you are contemplating drilling out more oiling holes in the stock clutch, you might want to reconsider. If I'm not mistaken, enlarging these holes could not only jeopardize the reliability of an already suspect stock basket, but you might alos rob the top end(cams and valve train) from receiving adequate oiling. Pumped fluid will always take the path of least resistance and an increase of oil supply going to the clutch could cause a corresponding decrease to the top end. It's something to research before you take the plunge. Hope this helps.