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Smile Performance ideas.

I would like to have performance parts added to my stock 09 sport. It can be expensive though. Im not looking for the all out teryx but just some small performance mods.
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MSD matched to a full exhaust would be a good place to start. Then clutching.
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Talking Clutch kit help.

I would like to know if it is worth getting a clutch kit for my 09 teryx sport. If i should get one what kind should i get and is it easy to install myself. It is a completely stock teryx.
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It's worth getting a clutch kit anyway, but if you are planning on engine mods or bigger tires, it's a must.

Go with the Dalton... It's adjustable and you will never need another one. Other kits are specific to certain mods, tire sizes and riding conditions. Each time one changes, you need a different kit.

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Thanks im planning on keeping the tires stock. I would like some more low end acceleration. could i easily install it myself?
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Oh and like if i rode on my farm it would be fine but like if i went to land between the lakes where there are large hills and mud would i have to adjust it everytime?
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No doubt the best bolt on HP is the Muzzy exhaust, MSD ignition and Dalton or Vforce John clutch kit

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You should have no problem doing it your self. It takes longer to take all the body parts and fuel tank out than to actually change the clutch cover.

The riding conditions that will affect you are more related to elevation and heavy mud.

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324 injectors, Water impeller,
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I would like to know if it is worth getting a clutch kit for my 09 teryx sport. If i should get one what kind should i get and is it easy to install myself. It is a completely stock teryx.
We have online install videos for the install



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