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secondary clutch adjustment...

want some help on what to do with my secondary clutch, i have pretty much stock wheights and everything in the frist one except for a black/green spring. then its a 1998 polaris indy 440 (fuji 432) engines pretty much stock no gering change etc. i took it apart to clean it since it was sticking a bit. b ut ar there any adjsutments that would best suit my riding style, i would like a little more take off power

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If the spring in the secondary has a lot of miles on it, you may see some nice improvements just in replacing the spring with one that is new. Also, check that the helix ramps are smooth and that the buttons are not excessively worn. When I replace the buttons, I get the super slippery ones, they seem to work better over time. New springs and buttons, smooth ramps on the helix, you may be surprised!

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Cleaning your clutches and replacing your springs can make a world of difference!

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only have 1800mi on it, was just gonna throw all the parts int he dishwasher for the night, after cleaning the solid grease on som of the outside parts. but if you hadany springs that would work best with my current setup? what would they be?

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