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Does anybody have any feedback on changing the springs out on the clutch on the KFX700? Someone told me that with the stock clutch, it doesn't ever let your 4 wheeler get up to the right RPM's. That it restricts it alot. I heard that changing out the springs on the clutch is one of the best upgrades you can do for the money. Any feedback on this would be greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance!
 

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It is the quickest and cheapest mod you can do for the KFX-700. It essentially only changes the stall engagement. This will give it a much snappier feel on the bottom end. You will notice a big increase overall too. I have the Dalton Blue spring. I have tried the Orange Dalton and it was too much engagement. Bike wanted to launch out of your hands when you hit the throttle.
 

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It is the quickest and cheapest mod you can do for the KFX-700. It essentially only changes the stall engagement. This will give it a much snappier feel on the bottom end. You will notice a big increase overall too. I have the Dalton Blue spring. I have tried the Orange Dalton and it was too much engagement. Bike wanted to launch out of your hands when you hit the throttle.
That's all that was changed was the spring?
 

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Yes, grated my clutch is highly modified, but do the the v-forces' clutch simplicity, experimenting is very easily. One of the first things I ever did was begin playing with only the springs. For the money, performance gain, and amount of skill required to change, you can't beat this mod.
 
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