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The biggest thing wrong with that clutch kit is the helix. Most guys are going with the 420719 helix set on 66/44 setting with the black/red spring in the secondary. Put the almond spring in the primary and try your stock weights to see where it gets you. If you want more info go to snowest and do a search on indydan, there is a thead discussing this in the performance forum.
 

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Its all around performance, good midrange hole shot and top end. It really helps the belt life over your stock setup. I hit 120 a couple of times last year. For a stock sled set helix at 66 setting and if modded go to the 70 setting.
 

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Hotseat sells them, also try your dealer. You will have to get the primary spring from the dealer probably. The secondary spring and helix are team products. Leave the weights alone for now and see where the rpms end up before you change them. You should be around 7400-7500 for rpms.
 

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Originally posted by zimms
[br]Hotseat sells them, also try your dealer. You will have to get the primary spring from the dealer probably. The secondary spring and helix are team products. Leave the weights alone for now and see where the rpms end up before you change them. You should be around 7400-7500 for rpms.
will this same clutch set up work with my dynoport system i just baught? even with the pipe do i still wanna keep my Rpms about 7400-7500?
 
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