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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 11-01-2009, 06:45 PM Thread Starter
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Need clutch advice

Have 09 teryx sport msd ig[U [/U]nition, muzzy exhaust, ordered dalton o.d. plate,running 26" bighorn II tires. Looking for advice on clutch kit don't want any thing that will hurt top speed, just wondering what anyone would recomend and if there is a kit that would improve performance possible engine kit in near future. what about the v force build. thanks for any imput
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I wish I knew more about the V Force mod but I don't, what I do know about is the Dalton clutch kit. Works great and is adjustable for whatever you are doing.



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Todd when you say this kit is ajustable, does dalton make different kits
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They make just one kit. It comes with one secondary spring, two different primary springs, enough set screws (weights) to be able t screw up to three in each weight and some rivets to put in the ends of the weights.

It comes with a nice manual explaining what to use and you can always call us.

You only have to buy one kit and it can be set up for anything so you only buy one kit



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what difference will I see over stock clutch or will I ??
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You will, you will get a more positive belt engagement, longer belt life and more grunt down low.

If you were to take two identical Teryx's and put a Dalton kit in just one and drag race them on a 400ft drag strip the one equipped with clutch kit would outrun it by one to two lengths.

I know you don't drag race but just making the point of better accleration.



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Have 09 teryx sport msd ig[U [/U]nition, muzzy exhaust, ordered dalton o.d. plate,running 26" bighorn II tires. Looking for advice on clutch kit don't want any thing that will hurt top speed, just wondering what anyone would recomend and if there is a kit that would improve performance possible engine kit in near future. what about the v force build. thanks for any imput
Do the Vforce John mod... I have used the epi, the dalton and nothing beats the Vforce. He actually machines your primary clutch assembly. By doing it this way the hole thing grabs the entire belt and it really engages quick. I got more low end, more top end, I can run around in low all day at about 30mph, runs cooler and get better mpg. Oh and it has solved my belt breaking and burning problem. You have to remove the primary and send it to him. When he is through with it he sends it back 2 day priority. He charges 350 for everything... this has been one of the best mods I have done. Just call him and tell him what are wanting to do...he will fix you up.

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I heard it is a good mod but since we can't sell it, no need in us getting ours done this way. Would not make much sense for us to sell one thing and use another.

The dalton and overdrive plate does well too.



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I heard it is a good mod but since we can't sell it, no need in us getting ours done this way. Would not make much sense for us to sell one thing and use another.
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VFJ CLUTCH MOD IS THE BEST! Todd you need to try it out and see if it will put more hp to the rear wheels? The teryx will come off the line hard spinning the rear tires on blacktop!
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