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Clutch kit question

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There are many options and for someone that is not very good with clutching on these things, I need some help. I have been searching and reading on here but no one is really telling me the differences.

I see everything form an EPI, Dalton, dirty dawg and a few more names thrown out there. Looks like you can get away for a couple hundred bucks from EPI or over a grand from dirty dawg. Dirty dawgs website unfortunately doesn't give any details at all on his clutch kits, that I saw.

So what am I getting if I spend more and step up to some of these more expensive ones? I saw a mention on an EPI thread that the EPI kit will not help the shift engagement that we have common issues with, so will some of the other kits?

I am running a 900xp with 30" tires. Top speed is not of concern to me, I rarely travel over 25-30, and even then it is not actually needed. I run in low a lot now and will still continue to do after a clutch kit, but now Hi is almost not usable without feeling of stressing the belt. I only use hi when traveling on hardpack level roads.

Thanks for the help.
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If your running 30" tall tires I'd recommend one of the better clutch kits, such as DDPs secondary with new springs and weights for the primary. Its been a while since I bought one but I believe that kit is around $600.00 . It will smooth out engagement, improve your low end power, and improve belt life. High will be much more useable. The best thing you can do is call Dale, he is very helpful in setting you up with what you need.
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