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Edge Clutching Help Please

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Old 12-14-2010
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Default Edge Clutching Help Please

Hi everyone. I am new to the site but not to snowmobiling. I have a 2002 Edge X 600 that I bought brand new in the day. It was stock and now I have put in a 600 H.O. motor, team secondary clutch, silencer, 136" 1.25 track and thats about it. I do have it geared down one tooth on the small gear and need help clutching it since I want to buy the parts one and not over and over again. I do alot of aggressive bottom end riding. I dont take it to 100mph all too much but would like the best clutching for a fast low mid range ditch sled with very good response. The team helix is out of an 800 and need to change that along with the weights and springs. I want it to rev to 8100 average all the time. I did polish the cylinders to clean up the ports a little, and have v force reeds. Any input ASAP so I can get the kit tonight would be great thanks.
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Judging by what you posted you're probably looking for a similar set up to what I'm looking to run IN my IQr with a 600ho.

This isa set up I've seen a few people using for their 600's
Assuming you have a short track and are at sea level or close to, you should be 10-60 or 62's (belly buster weights work very well too) with an EPI maroon or gold primary spring. Stock 440 secondary helix on the 66/44 .46 angle with a fresh stock 440 spring and 2 team delrin washers. If your jetted right it will pull your arms off.
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Any more exact and tested/proven results?
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