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Old 06-23-2009, 03:58 PM   #1
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primary clutch springs

i have an 08 brute force 650 sra and ive done some mods to it already. the next area im wanting to look into is the clutch. i want to put an epi maroon spring as the primary and maybe a dalton overdrive clutch cover but i dont know where to find them on the net. does anyone have any sites or links you could share?
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thanks for the info. i just ordered an epi maroon, pink, and almond springs. that should give me more than enough choices for now. and by the way would you guys prefere the dalton overdrive clutch cover for my brute?
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No.... I wouldn't waste my money on it.
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What size tires you have on it?
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No.... I wouldn't waste my money on it.


You can acheive the clutching that is sutible for your riding style with primary and secondary springs.








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i have itp terracross xds on itp c series 7 rims, i stuck with 25" tires to avoid adding too much weight
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With those tires and the almond secondary you will be more than happy. I run 27" with an almond secondary and stock primary and it is plenty. Have fun and hang on.








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im prolly only gonna use the springs for the primary clutch cause i dont know how stiffer springs affect the secondary clutch. i know it has something to do with backshifting but im not sure exactly what it does.
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You really don't need anything for 25" Tara's. VJ mod would be great with those tires for better topend though. IMO
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I think you will be good to go w/ the maroon in the primary & almond in the secondary, w/ only 25" tires you could have gotten by w/ the black sedonary. The almond MIGHT be too much for them but then again, you might love it.








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i am eventually going to go with the vfj stage 3 clutch and i thought about getting the secondary lightened to. i might go with the almond secondary cause ive heard alot of people have that spring combo and it seems to work with their applications. i also just ordered the stuff to put an oil cooler on my bike. supposed to lower the operating temps by about 25-30 degrees.

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oh and what belt life can i expect if i put a maroon primary on? ( dont wanna have to replace belts every few months)
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oh and what belt life can i expect if i put a maroon primary on? ( dont wanna have to replace belts every few months)
The maroon won't hurt it at all...








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dang, i just installed the maroon primary and what a difference that makes. who wouldve thought that just a spring change would make it that mean. i have my wheelie power back and i do donuts all day long. cant wait to get the engine mods done to it. thanks for the advice guys it really helped.
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yea its killer, just waiting on my hmf exhaust to come in so i can install everything and have it rejetted. funny thing though, when i was doing the initial test ride with the maroon primary i got thrown off. didnt expect it to have that much low end torque. lol
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yea its killer, just waiting on my hmf exhaust to come in so i can install everything and have it rejetted. funny thing though, when i was doing the initial test ride with the maroon primary i got thrown off. didnt expect it to have that much low end torque. lol
Alot of people don't realize how much changing the primary will help your power.....even if its a small primary like the Maroon one......wait till you try a Gold,Red, and up.....you will leave the line like a NASA shuttle launching








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