Should be hole number 2 but if it is the original spring you could use #3 to increase the backshift... Also make sure you preload the spring when you put the clutch back together. You will want to turn it 1/3 turn to preload...
Going to Hole 3 will increas the backshift, meaning when you let off the gas it will downshift quicker. How many miles are on the sled? It may be best to replace the spring with a new stock spring and keep it in hole 2
There are 3000 miles on the sled right now. And its been well taken care of. Hmmm well i will put it back in hole 2 for now, and mabe later on put it on 3 and see how it reacts.. thanks for the info!!!
Yeah that spring will ba little soft. It's not just the miles, but also the age of the spring. When it sits in your clutch all year under tension, it slowly loses it's tension. I would replace the spring as they are only about $12-$20.
I remove the springs from both my clutches every spring to make them last longer, but I have a tester to tell when they are getting softer, so it might just be easier for you to change the springs every 2-3 years.
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