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 Outlander Clutch Mod.

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PostSubject: Outlander Clutch Mod.   Mon Oct 06, 2008 11:18 pm

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Well, I'm going to change out the Helix on my 800 and put in the 650 Helix, and try playing with the weights some.. For now I got the six outty weights and three Renegade weights.. I'm going to try it with the stock outty weights first and if revinng too low will change out to 3 outty and 3 rene weights.. Or to 2 rene and 4 outty or whichever setup works best for me...
Not only to help with belt life, but will maybe gain in the mid range and some in the low end.. Doesn't effect the top end..
From the reviews I've read the gains show up more with MORE load on it.. etc., bigger heavier tires, thick mud so on.. I think it might help with mine just for the places I ride, and even though my 27's aren't TOO big, they are heavier and so are the bighorns that go on it..
Most of them with stock tires haven't reported much of a gain..
So, the lighter the load the less you notice any kind of gain.. BUT if it helps with belt life/slippage then it's worth it to me. Especially with the high dollar OEM belts.. You wont find one at the dealer for much less than 169-175!!
I'm ordering my OEM belts from Parker Yamaha for 146 shipped to my door.. Cheapest place I have found...

The 650 Helix is around $40 from the dealer..
Now the rene weights are only sold in a set of 6, but I found someone with the other 3 after he did the mod for a very good price.. All six are around 200...
I may end up with a dalton clutch kit for it just for more tunability, but I am hoping I will be good with the weights I got...
Here is some more info on the subject on another site..

Helix Mod Testing. Clicky

There is ALOT of reading to do in there on this subject!!! lol
It started out with a guy milling the 800 helix... Which really took it to a stock 650 pretty much....
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