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Old 09-21-2007
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I have a 2003 Polaris 600 Edge X with an M-10 and I was wondering what the best clutch combination is or the best Kit the you have found for the 600's
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Default Re: Help with clutching

sraight 34 from an old indy stock secondary spring with some 10-60 or 62's for trail riding or a 46-38 proggressives and some 10-56 for ditch banging. thats what my poo friend says to do.
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I'm kinda looking for a kit like EPI and a duel angle for better back shifting
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no your not. back when I use to race poo I got a little experience. the smaller angle gives a faster backshift and less spin out of the hole. plus with your motor you can call olav aaen and ask him and I bet he will tell you on a new twin small helix and as much wieght as you can pull.

I will guarentee you that if you put in a helix from an old indy with your stock secondary spring you cannot lock up the track faster with the brakes than the clutch can backshift.
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Does it matter if my sled has VES or Not to use that setup?
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Old 09-24-2007
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Default Re: Help with clutching

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Does it matter if my sled has VES or Not to use that setup?

No... VES isnt an issue there... What madcow is telling you is spot on....

I have a wicked set up for that motor but thats with twin pipes...
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Default Help with clutching

OK Madcow,
Here's what I got, tell me what you think!

For 2003 Polaris Edge X 600 Ves

Weights 10-60
Secondary Orange - 2-1/2 load =71Lbs 1-1/4 load = 137Lbs
Primary Almond/blue 2-1/2 load = 165Lbs 1-1/4 load = 280Lbs

The helix is questionable due to the fact that the bastards ground the numbers off!
Daltin Helix and from what I can make out it's something like...
First # is either 52, 53 or 58 and the second is something like /36 or /38
I cant be exact, you know trade secrets.
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youve got mail.
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Thanks a bunch Madcow!!!
I'll try that setup and save the orange one for the races.
Your the man!!!!!!
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Default Help with clutching

for short races you can try the stiff spring with the biggest helix you have. the shorter the distance the faster that setup might go. the longer the distance the softer the spring and go towards a medium helix.
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When looking down at the helix there are 4 holes, Which one is # 1? Left or right?
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with the holes at the top, the one toward the engine
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Default Help with clutching

how I do it is if you look at how the spring twists. the less twist is number one, the more twist is 4 or 5.
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That makes sence!
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