Hello, Im looking for a ditchbanging clutch setup for a 1998 xc 600. It has the stock clutching and is pretty slow to react in deeper snow and in the ditch. It gets boring after a while of bogging. Thanks in advance.
Use a Polaris almond/gold or EPI red in the primary, bump the weights up to 10-60's, ditch the stock R-32 helix and go with either a Polaris R-11 (45/36) or R-12 (50/36), or find a aftermarket EPI,Hot Seat,or Dalton helix with the same comparable angles along with a Silver/Blue polaris secondary spring set in hole number 2, 79-8000 is your target for peak RPM, you can also wind the secondary a bit tighter and put it in hole number 3 for a slightly bit more of RPM and better back shift, although the trade off might be slower up shift, testing will be the only way to find out, that is the fun of clutching as you have to dial it in and there is no one magical setup that will always work the same on every sled.
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