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2011 M8 Sno Pro Ltd clutching and speedo

This is a discussion on 2011 M8 Sno Pro Ltd clutching and speedo within the Arctic Cat forums, part of the Brand Specific Snowmobile Discussion category; Just bought an m8 with slp intake and a aftermarket can. Its currently clutched for 6000-9000 ft. I live in Mn and would like to ...

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    2011 M8 Sno Pro Ltd clutching and speedo

    Just bought an m8 with slp intake and a aftermarket can. Its currently clutched for 6000-9000 ft. I live in Mn and would like to re clutch it for MN. Any recommendations on clutch weights? Can I use the current spring and oem low altitude weights?

    I have the proclimb speedo set up for my M8. Should all its feature work or did I get screwed over? Right now it doesn’t read altitude


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    Typically you are able to simply swap out the clutch weights for your elevation and be good go. I find the OEM weights an easy enough choice.
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    Hi! I envy you so much! What? Living in places where you have snow frequently. I live in Aussie but for some reason I got obsessed with snow and snowmobiles. Whenever I can I make my escape to European Alps. Having befriended hotel owners there I was thinking about purchasing my own Arctic Cat and keeping it in their place. Question is....what model would be the best? For purely recreational rides.

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