I don't know how much more you're looking for, but gearing, tunes, clutch etc isn't going to make it a rocket relative to where it's at, those things are light enough that they're pretty quick in stock trim. You can get some minor improvements from a few things, but depending on your expectations, I dunno how satisfied you'll be overall in regards to being quicker...
@DBRs1 can probably point you toward a rowdy turbo setup if you wanna go that far with it
I’m just new to these type of clutches. Already had to replace wear buttons. I’ve seen different clutch availabilities through Dalton and Boondocker. Just don’t know which ones the best. Or is stock OK. And thank you for your reply!!
Those are just clutch "kits" that allow you to adjust your weights and spring to fine tune for tire sizes, tunes, gearing, etc. The only complete aftermarket clutches that are really available are from STM to the best of my knowledge, and that's $$$. There's a few aftermarket upgrades, like primary sliders an such, but everything is mostly based off the OEM clutches.
With 28" paddles and not much else done to the machine, your stock clutching is probably pretty close still really, you might see a small improvement if you tune it just right with a clutch kit, but once you start messing with the clutching, it can open a big can of worms