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Problem with clutch kit

Installed the Dalton clutch kit and over drive plate and finally got a chance to really try it out.

My problem is I keep leaving black marks in my new shop when I step on the gas heading outside and tearing up the gravel driveway from all the spinning.

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just wondering if the kit tells u which set up to use for tires sizes im planning on going with 27 swamplites. and dont want that bogged down felling you get with bigger tires
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Couple questions. Do the clutch kits do away with the electric braking. Also, does the replacement metel cover do away with the braking. I know the duners don't need braking, but us East Coasters need it for our mountain riding.
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The clutch kit itself does nothing with the engine braking, however, the changing out of the OD cover will in fact remove the engine breaking.




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Couple questions. Do the clutch kits do away with the electric braking. Also, does the replacement metal cover do away with the braking. I know the duners don't need braking, but us East Coasters need it for our mountain riding.
I ride 90% mountain steep trails. I thought I would miss the braking, but I don't at all. Actually to the contrary, I prefer having the KEBC disabled.

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If worried about the braking, just get the clutch kit and not the overdrive plate...is that what you are saying? Magellan says he likes his ride better now, without the braking, I think I probably would too, and believe me... I've got plenty of steep hills.

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skid marks

OMG!! not what I was expecting to see when I opened that up lol
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Me neither on the skid marks.

I agree with Magellan. I can't tell much difference, it is not like it goes to total free wheeling. I went with the plate on mine.

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There is a extensive instruction manual with it and it covers exactly what you ask.



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