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post #11 of 66 Old 11-26-2012, 04:42 PM Thread Starter
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More clutch kits and spring setups are in stock and ready to go fro those that were waiting.

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how do u think this will do for my xmr1000? on 30x9 SB

I have been told they are working very well. Just the weights and primary spring change was all that was necesssary on the XMR. No secondary spring change was necessary to run a set of silverback 32's on a 2013 xmr all else bone stock.

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Do you have kits for a 2011 Outlander X XC im using stock size tires just looking for improved bottom and midrange..are they pretty much ready to go outta the box I don't have much time for tuning..
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The bottom and midrange is where you notice it most. top end stays about the same as they can both hit the speed limiter on bikes I have tested

with the outlander your stock weights are 38 grams, this kit will help. I would run them about 36 grams with a mid and tip adjuster and you can adjust from there if necessary. this will raise the rpm out of the hole and jump to rpm faster while lessening engagment rpm.

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im not having any problems yet and with xmass coming up i may just try a red spring. what r your thoughts on that.


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Did you ever mess with the clutch in a 650 outlander? I would like to get more bottom end like a brute force. I mostly use it for trail riding and plowing snow but I like acceleration. What do you recommend?

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reason these don't have the bottom end of a brute is the 1 way bearing. this starts th ebelt up too high in the primary and you loose the low end gearing.

only way to get that (brute force low end) affect is to lower the starting ratio with a clutch like cvtech, stm, or qsc.

I tried to get a kawy clutch on there, but the spacing is just too far off on the atv clutch and the Teryx clutch is too deep. The spider would have to be welded or bolted on somehow to prevent unscrewing.

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I really don't want to drop the money for a new primary. It doesn't bother me that much. Do the clutch kits do anything to help the bottom end? I am considering going up an inch in tires size for a little more ground clearance.

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