Please format it as how you ride, what you want to accomplish with your setup and your current mod level please, then your setup.
I ride mostly trails and do a lot of rough, slow and steep rock crawling. I also have fairly steep and wooded property that needs a lot of working. My wife rides with me a lot and drives the machine as well. We routinely have a good bit of weight in the bed to tote from one side of the property to the other.
Here is the short and also detailed description of what I want to accomplish.
1. Low RPM engagement
2. Smooth and soft as possible engagement
3. Fast to fully clutch out - I don't drag race anyone we ride rough areas
Ok now the long.
What I want to accomplish is as low an RPM I can have it engaged and stay engaged when I am crawling up and down very steep hills and rocks. Right now I can cruise down steep hills in 4x4 at 4 to 5 mph with the clutch staying fully engaged. I like it WAY better than KEBC. I also want the machine to be smooth engaging and as with any aftermarket clutch and even the stock, it takes some finesse to make it completely smooth. I do not like to jerk my wife around, she has MS and has a hard time holding on. With my setup I could make it completely smooth by holding down the brake, then putting it in L and slowly increase RPM slightly until the clutch engages then take my foot off the brake and move 100% smoothly. I never NEED to do this except for on the most steep places with my wife onboard. I want my clutch to be fully clutched in minimal time, where I ride there is not really any need to have the engine RPM way up there, I don't dragrace anyone, we race on the rough. I have tried to describe to the best I can.
My machine is an 08 with Muzzy's, HW Kit, Coils, FST STD Bore Kit stg 2 cams, UNI Filter on stock basket, Dynatek P CDI.
I am running Aluminum Rivets and all 3 grub screws. Silver secondary, Amber Primary.
I really love this setup, it does everything I need very well. I have the Dalton Clutch Cover as well and LOVE the performance increase in L range.
I think a lot of guys go for to high RPM engagement and to slow shiftout and are missing a lot this package has to offer.
I would love to hear what all you guys running the Dalton Kit are thinking about it.