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2011 griz 450 clutch question

can anyone please explain the difference in clutchs? im looking to put one on my griz and also a pipe and jet kit, but im stummped when it comes to all the different clutchs.
i see these part numbers and only looks like the size of the tires makes the difference. what would be best, im sure any are better then stock. i do have stock size tires. at least for now.
we490702
we490703
we490704
we490705
any help would be greatly appericated! thanks
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Welcome from Colorado.
What is your desired outcome from part replacement, and what are you looking to replace?
Do you know how the C.V.T. system works?
Is your system not working properly?

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Fast Green Convertible "06" 660 on 26" BH OG's with Stock Wheels.
COOP45 Primary, 1.5 mm shim, -1.5 mm belt, Purple Secondary Spring, 21 gram weights, weight covers reduced to 29 mm diameter and a 2 mm Cut Cam Plate. 2 heat range hotter plug, Warn Winch, Passenger Foot Rests, Rock Deflectors, Heated Grips and Hand Mitts, Grab Strap, Cooling System Up-Grade and multiple position mirrors.
8040 miles, 812 hours on 1-1-15
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everything works fine, i understand how they work and i think its really neat

i just want more bottom end punch, i do trail riding alot and it just needs more bottom end, i just dont want to loose a ton of top end speed tho either
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You can use the same principals as for the larger bikes, go through the other recent threads for the information.
Go slow and add part one at a time to learn what each change does.

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Fast Green Convertible "06" 660 on 26" BH OG's with Stock Wheels.
COOP45 Primary, 1.5 mm shim, -1.5 mm belt, Purple Secondary Spring, 21 gram weights, weight covers reduced to 29 mm diameter and a 2 mm Cut Cam Plate. 2 heat range hotter plug, Warn Winch, Passenger Foot Rests, Rock Deflectors, Heated Grips and Hand Mitts, Grab Strap, Cooling System Up-Grade and multiple position mirrors.
8040 miles, 812 hours on 1-1-15
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