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Old 09-27-2007
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Default Clutch setup

There are a few big hp guys here, I need to pick your brains.
We're working on a 96 Polaris rxl, triple piped.
10mb weights, aaen orange spring, stock 36 degree helix, aaen yellow secondary in 2nd hole. Last year I regeared to 19-37 gears (2:1 ratio).
I'm not too concerned about going as fast as I can. I'm more worried about getting there faster lol. I need a good setup for ditch banging and short distance getup.
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Old 09-27-2007
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Default Re: Clutch setup

gear closer to 1.7-1.8. that will make the sled pull harder.

if you like where it engages now then leave it. for ditch banging with that old motor I would run an aaen purple spring. get the engagement up. any 42-38 or a 46-36 or any helix in between with a spring equal to a polaris silver blue will really snap hard.
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Old 09-27-2007
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Default Re: Clutch setup

This is what I have run

Polaris Dark Blue Primary Spring
10-MB or 10-MW weights

42-34 of 40-36 Helix
Polaris Silver Blue secondary spring in the second hole

I cant remember what I was geared at.

I would not say this is a ditch banging set up though. I have had good luck with for 660' drag racing and agressive trail riding.

If you want to get that engagment up you can also try a Polaris Almond or Polaris Black/White primary spring.
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Old 09-28-2007
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Default Re: Clutch setup

I was recommended this setup but it sounds crazy lol. What do you guys think of this? I'm not totally sure about the weights.

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43g weights custom ground, very light on the end. Engage at about 6000 RPM. Polaris Blue Spring.

Secondary
42/34 Helix same spring and hole as what you have.
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