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500 indy clutch tuning...

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Old 10-19-2009
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Default 500 indy clutch tuning...

I have a 95 Indy 500 and was just wondering about spring/weight combinations for this sled. I will be riding with a 2001 500 with VES so i'd like to try to keep up with him lol.

I have now a red EPI primary spring...145-300. Stock 10M weights and a Purple EPI secondary spring. I have this set up in my XLT and was going to try in it the 500 since I'm going to be selling the 600. I like the tripples but not the headaches that go with them... Any suggestions about the 500's clutching? Maybe this setup wont work at all. Its engaging at 5000 now on the 600. But on the grass it's slipping and burning the belt. The sled will move but its slipping....
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Old 10-19-2009
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and from what I can see just browsing the forum...madcow is the man when it comes to clutching! Would like to hear from you to hear what you have to say!

I also have a set of comet 52.5g weights. I bought them because they said they'd work in a polaris. However when I put them in the 600 with above springs, the engagement was 6000. Wayyy too high for trail riding. Put the stock 10M's back in and it brought it to 5000.
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