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dalton tuning help, looking for input

I have the dalton clutch kit on my 08 teryx, dynatek cdi, lift and 27" maxxis bighorn radials.
it's been in and does fine but, i would like it too have a little more pull down low, and mid. I have the milder spring (can't remember color right now) and 1 set screw in each arm. Should i put another set screw in each arm? I am going into the clutch area anyway for other reasons so i would like to do it while i'm there.
I don't want engagement to be too hard either.
thanks in advance,
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adding more set screws will make it shift quicker resulting lower rpms,u prob have amber spring in your primary,slightly higher stall than stock the orange spring will raise stall a bit higher, i run orange primary with three set screws and a alum slug. i left seatframe out and tried all combos with stopwatch at 500 ft.my setup is a little wierd but its stout out of the hole. good luck
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Does the Dalton come with a booklet telling you what would to change for what results based on your UTV, tires, and uses for the machine?
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Does the Dalton come with a booklet telling you what would to change for what results based on your UTV, tires, and uses for the machine?
Yes it does and if you buy it at the right place they can tell you how to set it up for what you have. Hint Hint!!!



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I have the dalton clutch kit on my 08 teryx, dynatek cdi, lift and 27" maxxis bighorn radials.
it's been in and does fine but, i would like it too have a little more pull down low, and mid. I have the milder spring (can't remember color right now) and 1 set screw in each arm. Should i put another set screw in each arm? I am going into the clutch area anyway for other reasons so i would like to do it while i'm there.
I don't want engagement to be too hard either.
thanks in advance,
dave
I would put two set screws in, aluminum rivet, amber spring (yellow) and the only secondary spring in kit.



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I never needed the hint. lol
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I never needed the hint. lol
Just for that, you can have access to my free install videos too.



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and free shipping?
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and free shipping?
Trying to catch me there, if your in the lower 48 states it is.

What state is alberta in?



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