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Before you install your new Dalton kit you need to get a piece of information. This is before you install it, not buy it. Please don't get that confused.  Also we do not need this info, you simply need to remember it or write it down somewhere.

Get vehicle top speed and top speed RPM to determine if you have a present clutch issue or not. Any one hitting the rev limiter at speeds below what normal top speed is has a clutch issue that needs to addressed before installing kit.

Top speed and top speed RPM tells us the health of your vehicle. It does not matter as far as clutching is concerned that you never exceed 40 mph or whatever it simply tells whether you vehicle is healthy or not.

After you install your Dalton kit following the set ups in there for your application, then you simply check shift speed.  I didn't tell you to do this but I leave the cover off the clutch, remove the gasket out of the back half because it will fly out and get chewed up and test for shift speed after the install.

Our goal after the install is for shift speed to be, around 7000-7300 in a 570,  6100-6200 in a 800, 8100-8200 in a XP 900, 8300 in a Jagged X, 2015-17 RZR 900 7500-7900 and 8200-8600 on a XP 1000 all these RPM is for the average fast trail rider.  Slow and duners will be different.

Taking set screws out speeds shift speed up and adding them slows it down. Normally the set ups are spot on but if not simply adding or taking a set screw out is all that is needed.

Now if you run into a low rpm problem after the kit, one compare it to before kit info you wrote down.  If you start removing screws to bring RPM up and you have removed them all and still not coming up then STOP. Do NOT remove whatever rivet you have in the end, something is bad wrong and your problem is not clutching, call me before you go any further. (This Does not apply to the 570, no tip rivet)  This particular occurance happens very rarely and normally indicates a low power problem.

The above also applies if you are getting way to high of RPM with the set ups, don't start drilling the rivet out that the instructions are telling you use. At most change the amounts of set screws but not rivets. Please call first as something is not right outside the clutch kit.

Also, please do NOT do any other mods at the same time, adding tires, weight to vehicle, even a new belt. To get accurate information, you should do the vehicle as it sits now, then only add the kit then repeat. Why? Because if you run into a problem you won't know where to look since you did several things at once.

If you have any questions, call me

Todd
601-771-0070

Hunterworks Inc.
12097 Kelly Lane

Collinsville, MS 39325
Phone: 601-771-0070
Fax 601-771-0073

Email: todd@hunterworks.com

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