Put some magic marker on your clutch face, run it as fast as it will go and tell us how much marker is left on the clutchs. If its all worn off you could gear it up. if its not near being worn off maybe some clutch work.
That sled isn't made for top speed, but you can change the gearing and clutching to get mor top speed out of it.Of course you will lose some of that low and midrange grunt if you do that.They make lots of different gearsets, so you should be able to find some happy medium.
when all else has been done and said, you best look out for Mr.Oysterhead!
not fast enough huh? i would do what everyone says with the clutching that should help a lot. i almost bought a pro-x 440, but decided to get the xc500sp and love it already had it over 100 on pack snow it rips hard!
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