You dont have the balls to see if you gain that kinda top end. You are going to friggin kill yourself with this new mod! By the way, I never saw a "Cyclone" this weekend. Why not?
by the way, i never saw a "cyclone" this weekend. Why not?
well to be honest with you, when doing the can-am clutches i prefer using the stock primary and secondary springs. the added spring pressures of the name brand kits actually hurt your upshift speed after my machining because of the surfacing i put on the clutches. the extra stiff springs provide extra clamping force against the belt to keep your belt from slipping in a factory clutch setup. since the clutches are slick as glass the belt will slip excessively with a powerful engine such as most of the can-ams have. so my soloution is by surfacing the primary and secondary to eliminate the belt slip without the need of super stiff springs. if you keep the stiff secondary spring in after my machining and surfacing it will actually hinder your acceleration speeds because the belt cant freely move up and down the sheaves because the stiff secondary spring is holding so much belt tension and slowing the bike down. i had thought about telling you that buster after you got the clutches back. the stiff springs you are running will get you a higher stall rate, but actually slow the upshift down and hurt your acceleration. if you change the secondary spring out to the factory one you will likely pick up some acceleration back and make the bike even faster.