For the conditions you just described high will be fine. Just don't bog the engine a lot during break in and DO NOT slip the belt as you will create flat spots on it.
You are correct, however, his main concern is noise and the duraclutch is noticeably noisier then the stock clutch...Or get a Duraclutch and use any gear you want without fear of ever burning a belt.
If the OP is anything like me, it's not so much a "decibel" thing as it is the annoyance of listening to an engine wound out at high rpm. I know these things will do it all day long without blinking, but it drives me crazy. I always feel like I need another gear whenever the RPM's approach 3500.You are correct, however, his main concern is noise and the duraclutch is noticeably noisier then the stock clutch...
I probably worded what I meant incorrectly...Not trying to start an argument with tjm but I have a duraclutch and maybe I didn't run my stock clutch long enough to really know, but I don't fell as if my duraclutch is any louder then my stock clutch. I've been wrong, once. lol