The trail kit is more of a closer to stock setup and doesn't have such aggressive acceleration and probably engagement as the Pro-Series clutch kit. If you don't mind hard acceleration and track spinning than get the Pro-Series. Thats another thing, YOU WILL WANT STUDS!! With just a can you will not need to do any thing to your sled besides remove the old can, thats why most people buy cans instead of going with pipes I think. As for installation of the clutch kit it shouldnt be too much money but if you got the money for it then go for it and check it out. If you even have an idea of what you're doing than it should be a breeze to do. Lots of people are scared to do there own work because they're afraid of screwing up but I think thats how you learn to work on your own stuff. Thats how I learned. I learned enough about what I was doing and then took it apart so I had an idea of what I was doing.Originally posted by polarisrider700
[br]So would you guys reccomend the trail kit or the pro series? And I know that you have to mess around with the clutch and stuff once a sled is piped, do you have to do any of the if it just has a can on it? About what would it cost to have somebody instal the clutch kit? I know these sound like dumb questions but I'm not very mechanically inclined Not much of a "do-it-yourselfer"