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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-20-2009, 07:19 AM Thread Starter
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haha That name is the best you should sign up for Rhinoforums just to mess with them. Anyway Welcome from Dragonfire Racing your gunna love it here.
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I'm from bowden, yeah i know it should be a village. I do most of my riding west of town in the burnstick area. I just got 28" mudlites in the mail, can't wait to try them out.
I had a question about clutch kits, is there such thing as a clutch kit that keeps your belt from spipping, while at the same time you don't loose top end speed? The closest thing i found was the dragonfirracing one.
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You want a clutch kit for the oversized tires and an overdrive cover for the clutch to gain top speed. Dalton is one company that makes both. There are others.
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You want a clutch kit for the oversized tires and an overdrive cover for the clutch to gain top speed. Dalton is one company that makes both. There are others.
thanks for the replay, how hard is it to install both those things? im an amature 17 year old millwright
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Just some time and the proper clutch puller needed.
I think there is video online on how to do it. It was likely by Hunterworks, but I could be wrong. I also think its on this site somewhere too.
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