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Dalton clutch questuion

When I receive my Dalton clutch I would like to have your opinions on how mine should be set. I ride mostly trails and hills in West Virginia, MyTeryx is mostly stock. I would like to get as much high end output as I can without compromising the low end.

Dynotec CDI
Dynojet stage 1
LAC dual exhaust
27" Terra Cross
ITP 212 SS
Dalton Clutch to be installed
EPI severe duty belt To be installed

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Amber spring & aluminum rivets & 2 screws in the fly weights...very good set up for a stock motor
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Amber spring & aluminum rivets & 2 screws in the fly weights...very good set up for a stock motor
X2! But i would run the stock belt over any aftermarket one!

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stock is ok but the EPI severe duty holds big power alot better. We run it on our 840 car with 0 issues. we toasted quite a few stockers.

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This a great forum. It saves us so much time. I am sure the instructions are clear. Sometimes experience is priceless.
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I ran mine with three set screws as per instructions for stock motor and stock tires. Two screws might be something to try too.



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I ran mine with three set screws as per instructions for stock motor and stock tires. Two screws might be something to try too.
HW did you have the rivits in also? I do have the Terra Cross on and they are heavy. Compared to stock, but they look better. LOL

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Yes the rivets were in and the Terracross's are very heavy compared to stock, so you might be better off with two.

Put two and don't put CVT cover on and then drive it, then add the other screw. You do it while the clutch is on the vehicle.

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Yes the rivets were in and the Terracross's are very heavy compared to stock, so you might be better off with two.

Put two and don't put CVT cover on and then drive it, then add the other screw. You do it while the clutch is on the vehicle.

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Thanks I will work it that way.
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Yes the rivets were in and the Terracross's are very heavy compared to stock, so you might be better off with two.

Put two and don't put CVT cover on and then drive it, then add the other screw. You do it while the clutch is on the vehicle.

Todd
I have lost my instructions... what will adding the 3rd screw do?
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