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post #31 of 34 Old February 25th, 2014, 06:49 AM
 
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Countryboy where in Louisiana are you from? If you're not to far from me I may be able to help you out.
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Todd where should I check my shift speed? The road or a field? Seems like mine levels off at 7800 and precedes to top end at 8200-8400. I'm not 100% sure I'm Reading the tach at the right moment. This is on the road in 4wd 100% traction.

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Todd where should I check my shift speed? The road or a field? Seems like mine levels off at 7800 and precedes to top end at 8200-8400. I'm not 100% sure I'm Reading the tach at the right moment. This is on the road in 4wd 100% traction.

900xp with Polaris stage 2 rolling on 30" blackwater Evolutions
Double down intake
Dalton kit with one long set screw and big tire spring.
I would do it on a dirt road in 2wd

That RPM is low, hard to say if it is low power due to some engine issue or the due to the load of the large tires

Top speed RPM is a the number #1 way to decide if you have low power because top speed rpm is not affected by the clutch set up much because once the belt has fully shifted out the tuning components don't play a role

Whatever you do, do not drill out the rivet in the flyweight if you are going to play with the clutch

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I ordered the dalton kit from Hunterworks.com. is anybody else using this kit with an xp900 4 seater with 28 inch roctanes? Hot did you set yours up? I ordered the big tire spring. The website says special instructions for the 4 seater.

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