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PostSubject: Brute Force Clutch Spring Question   Tue Jun 16, 2009 12:47 pm

I think I am going to eventually put the almond secondary spring in the Brute.

What will this help me with? faster engagement?


What will it hurt? Top end?
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PostSubject: Re: Brute Force Clutch Spring Question   Tue Jun 16, 2009 12:50 pm

What kind of tires are you getting? Size a weight? also what kind of riding are you going to be doing??? Any spring above an Almond you will need to change your primary to get the advantages and full power out of it.

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PostSubject: Re: Brute Force Clutch Spring Question   Tue Jun 16, 2009 1:05 pm

I have 26 ACT XLR radial tires. I'll have to check the weight.

I ride trails.
Since I added the bigger tires the clutch doesn't engage just right. Seems like it has a little drag before it engages.

I now have the Pendland ECO Slip on and the VDI Copperhead. I do race when the need arises. I raced two other 750 brutes this weekend and beat both of them, then I raced a 800 canam and beat him out of the hole pretty good and within about 250 yards he cuaght me.
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PostSubject: Re: Brute Force Clutch Spring Question   Tue Jun 16, 2009 1:29 pm

danb303 wrote:
I have 26 ACT XLR radial tires. I'll have to check the weight.

I ride trails.
Since I added the bigger tires the clutch doesn't engage just right. Seems like it has a little drag before it engages.

I now have the Pendland ECO Slip on and the VDI Copperhead. I do race when the need arises. I raced two other 750 brutes this weekend and beat both of them, then I raced a 800 canam and beat him out of the hole pretty good and within about 250 yards he cuaght me.

Yes...An almond will help with low end torque and belt grip...but 26 shouldn't of really changed anything. With those I would Run a EPI Pink Primary and a Almond Secondary..... You make lose a tiny bit off top end...but only like 2-3 mph. The Pink will help a little with your shift out....I always run a maroon primary which is one above the Pink.....The Pink one is just a tad bit better than stock. The Almond"Primary" is the first spring that you can feel any stall with. Try this link....good info

http://worldofbrutes.forums-free.com/topic-f31.html

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PostSubject: Re: Brute Force Clutch Spring Question   Tue Jun 16, 2009 1:40 pm

with those tires you shouldn't need any clutch work.....did you just install your VDI? did it do what your describing before the install?
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PostSubject: Re: Brute Force Clutch Spring Question   Tue Jun 16, 2009 1:45 pm

BigDaddy wrote:
with those tires you shouldn't need any clutch work.....did you just install your VDI? did it do what your describing before the install?

BD is correct...! If you do go with the Pink and Almond it won't hurt....it will only help....but you shouldn't need anything. I would do what BD said and check your VDI...you may have to change cause of that. think

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PostSubject: Re: Brute Force Clutch Spring Question   Tue Jun 16, 2009 2:03 pm

Actually having some issues with the VDI. I will wait until I get that straightened out before I get the clutch worked on.
The VDI really decreases the operating temp on the brutes..... I had gotten a temp light a couple times before the VDI but none since.

I think it will all work out.
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PostSubject: Re: Brute Force Clutch Spring Question   Tue Jun 16, 2009 2:09 pm

danb303 wrote:
Actually having some issues with the VDI. I will wait until I get that straightened out before I get the clutch worked on.
The VDI really decreases the operating temp on the brutes..... I had gotten a temp light a couple times before the VDI but none since.

I think it will all work out.

Yeah....I would get that corrected first...

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PostSubject: Re: Brute Force Clutch Spring Question   Tue Jun 16, 2009 2:13 pm

yup.......i'm having MAJOR problems with the VDI.....NOT HAPPY for $450......i actually have the pc3 back in......mine can't even idle correctly......i just keep reading on nyrocs forum hoping to find a solution....
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PostSubject: Re: Brute Force Clutch Spring Question   Thu Jun 25, 2009 3:24 pm

Yes...An almond will help with low end torque and belt grip...but 26 shouldn't of really changed anything. With those I would Run a EPI Pink Primary and a Almond Secondary..... You make lose a tiny bit off top end...but only like 2-3 mph. The Pink will help a little with your shift out....I always run a maroon primary which is one above the Pink.....The Pink one is just a tad bit better than stock. The Almond"Primary" is the first spring that you can feel any stall with. Try this link....good info

http://worldofbrutes.forums-free.com/topic-f31.html [/quote]


Hey boot... That link is going to be different now. Which post was it?
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PostSubject: Re: Brute Force Clutch Spring Question   Thu Jun 25, 2009 3:33 pm

I got it .... try these:

Clutch spring install
Primary rundown
Secondary rundown
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