This is a discussion on Torque monster clutch kits within the Grizzly Engine & Transmission forums, part of the Grizzly Forums category; I have a 09 grizzly 700 with a 2inch lift and 27inch zillas, im looking at redoing the clutch for more low end. Should i ...
I have a 09 grizzly 700 with a 2inch lift and 27inch zillas, im looking at redoing the clutch for more low end. Should i go with the 450 weight swap, or thinking about the torque monster clutch kit. Ive read that the shim that comes witht the torque monster kit makes it rev alot higher. If i left the shim out and just used the torque monster weights, would it rev the same as stock? Any help would be great!
I have a torque monster in my 660 grizzly. I love it and yes it will make you rev a little higher then it used to from mid to high range but thats where the extra torque is coming from. I run my without the shim in it and it does very well. With the shim out you wont notice much higher rpms than it was at stock but it will a little. Its a great kit and would suggest it to anyone.
I will have one for sale in the near future, I estimate with in two weeks or so. I am going to a machined sheave, epi white secondary spring, epi severe duty belt, epi stall wet clutch springs and probably 8 660 wieghts.
09' 700 Griz limited red midnight armor
29.5 Outlaws on ITP ss112's
2 Brothers Racing M7 pipe
K&N Air filter/Snorkeled
1mm shim/White EPI spring
Warn RT25 winch w/synthetic cable
Aluminum Products A-Arm guards
Sony marine head unit
MB Quart 180 W marine amp
2x8" and 2x6.5" Memphis marine speakers
Tamarack Titan rear seat with 6x9 Memphis marine speakers
5 20w red led neon strips in fender wells/body/frame
and a set of cast iron nuts............
When you do the kit be sure to really ruff the sheve up and clean with brake cleaner you will notice a ton. Different and the belt will reseat better and you really notice the kit after about 50 miles of riding but you can 4 sure tell right off