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    Hey fellas, I'm ordering some new shocks and might as well get a fresh secondary clutch spring.

    My machine is a 92 Polaris Indy Classic 500 liquid cooled.

    Check out this following link:

    http://www.royaldistributing.com/ser...ge=index1.html

    I'm looking at getting the yellow spring. But for what ever spring I get do I get the 2.5 load sping or 1.25 load sping? And should I choose the yellow spring or stay stock (what is the stock color?)

    Any comments or help with this would be appreicated as I'm placing the order tonight so I can be back on the trails the weekend.

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    come on guys some one must know some thing.

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    red secondary springs are good in those sleds. it wakes them up a bit. I'm not sure what stock is though. What color do you have in it now?

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    Keep the stock spring, which is red, if you are keeping the stock helix. If you want more out of it, go with a EPI white spring in the primary, keep the stock weights, go with a 40-36 helix with a EPI yellow spring in the 2nd or 3rd hole depending on how much backshifting you want. This is a good overall clutch set up for the Fuji 500's.

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    maydaze's kit sounds good,
    the problem with the red spring in them sleds is in the powder, sometimes it cant backshift, the epi yellow is a good replacement for the red,

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    Finally. Guys tanks for the info. I have the yellow spring on order so I'll let you know how it works out

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