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Old 01-06-2012, 02:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Doing some upgrades since there is no snow. So far i have put on an slp pipe and can, slp high flow intake kit, homemade hot air eliminators, and timing bump to 28 degrees. Im having my polaris dealer do the timing bump and the jetting and clutching recommended by slp for the pipe kit. Dealer calls me today and says that slp recommends 65 gram weights with a rivet. Dealer said stock weight that i have in are 62's. I haven't a clue when it comes to clutching. I ride mostly on the trails but they are always beat up and i ride agressively, will play in powder when i can find it. Just looking for recommendations on what weights to use. I have read as much as i can on here and seems like 63 or 64 gram weights are what most people are using. Dealer also said that the stock primary spring will be reused becasue it si the same rate as the slp recommended one.

I will be riding this weekend with the stock weights and i guess ill see how it runs. What would heavier weights tend to do? So i know what to look for. Thanks in advance.
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Ok so i picked my sled up from the dealer and asked what he did with the jetting... f#in 440 mains, 50 pilots, not sure on the pajs. I said I think she's gonna be a little fat... He was supposed to follow slp's chart which woulda been 390's. Anyway i went riding this weekend, 38 degrees and not that much snow. Thing was a turd off the line again. but when she got rolliing she was a screamer. not sure if was the exhaust/ air horn or the timing bump, probalby the timing bump. Anyways gonna rejet. been reading and thinkin about 400 mains .9 pilot air jets and leave the pilots stock at 50, and 1.5 turns out on fuel screw. Does this sound aobut right?

Also on the original post, the clutching is all still stock, she spun 8150, but sled was running fat and in 38 degrees. Last year before piping and timing but with 400 mains she spun 8350. I think once I get the jetting straigtened out again the stock clutching will be fine, maybe just balance the weights. What do you all think,
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Old 01-09-2012, 07:44 PM   #3 (permalink)
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440 mains is really fat ! Most guys are running 400 s and others are running even leaner than that . My sled has basically the same mods and i started with 64 weights and balanced them to the lowest weight of the 3 , pulls about 8300ish depending on temp and trail conditions .
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Check with Gabes (on HCS) one of the owners of OTP performance. He's got a 600 Sleeper clutch kit that is one of a kind! I swapped out stock clutching on my buddy's fuze to his Sleeper kit and was an amazing difference!! He jetted his fuze down with 400 mains .9 air's and we threw the clutch kit in and holy shit did it wake that sled up!!
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Not fat with the full pipe and ethanol fuel.
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Check with Gabes (on HCS) one of the owners of OTP performance. He's got a 600 Sleeper clutch kit that is one of a kind! I swapped out stock clutching on my buddy's fuze to his Sleeper kit and was an amazing difference!! He jetted his fuze down with 400 mains .9 air's and we threw the clutch kit in and holy shit did it wake that sled up!!
I'll second that...- I put the Gabes kit in my fuse with 410 mains. Thats all it needed. The kit works! and Gabe will email you with answer's to any questions you may have
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