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I have a outy 400 with 27" swamp lite tire and it needs more low end power. Will this help? http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewi...id=07711278940QUADBOSS ECONOMY CLUTCH KIT CAN-AM OUTLANDER 400 03-08 | eBay
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It looks alot like a EPI kit, I'm not familiar with this one but I'm sure it's designed to do the same job as the EPI. For 45$ I would try it.
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It only comes with springs. For 27 and 28" tires. Will i need special tools to install?
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No special tools.

The Dalton kit is more money, but comes with both springs and a set of weights. I used on in the ol lady's 400 EFI and it worked great.
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I'm running the Dalton kid, and for $77 it came with two new springs, and I have enough torque to wheelie in low like nothing, even in high I can easily wheelie.
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I Echo DaveB as I had good results with the Dalton kit also.

The 400 is not well clutched from the factory.

I ran all springs weights (depends on tires) & spacer and really liked it
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Will i need any special tools. The bike feels strong for such big tires on a 400. I also have a 08 brute force 650. There is no comparison between them though.lol but i like the can am outlander frame and setup.
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I'm running the Dalton kid, and for $77 it came with two new springs, and I have enough torque to wheelie in low like nothing, even in high I can easily wheelie.
Yours is not the Dalton kit. The Dalton kit is 315 bucks and has both springs, 4 flyweights, and a spacer for a more aggressive primary rate....which I used.

Brian: no special tools required....for the EPI kit or the Dalton kit.

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I was looking at this for a cheap kit for now. Money is tight and hoping for a little difference. Will just springs help much? And thanks everybody for the help
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