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what do u get when buying a higher end clutch and how much does a good one cost...polaris fusion 600
 

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Are you talking primary or secondary? IMO your not going to get a higher end clutch then the Polaris Primary and the Team Secondary.
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whats the part where its by the egzaust(im am a bad speller)
 

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there is no clutch be the exhaust. the one attached to the motor (primary) or the one by the airbox, further back (secondary)
 

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he's probably talking bout the primary, the one thats closest to the exhaust. but you really cant do any better than a polaris primary there prety much the top of the line clutch, if your looking to get more snap out of your sled or higher engagement try buying a good clutch kit or gear your sled a couple teeth lower, otherwise just stick with the clutches you have. i mean there are drag clutches out there, i know AAEN makes one but it costs a 1000 bucks. if your not running close to 200 hp you dont need a better clutch.
 

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a clutch kit does not add HP it takes the HP u have and puts it to the ground better so that u can have a faster sled than stock with out spending money on pipes and engine work. clutching a sled is a good way to get the most out of a stock or modded sled
 
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