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Clutching for 2009 Grizz with 28" Terminators

Hello, i am new to this group and just purchased a new to me 2009 Grizz 700. I mostly ride mud and rough trail and am not overly worried about losing a bit of top end power but i want to maintain bottom end grunt. I recently ordered 28" terminators, a dalton clutch kit, and an hmf swamp series exhaust. I did some research on the clutches after and found out there are better ways to modify them, luckily i just recieved an email that informed me the dalton clutche kit is on back order so i was able to cancel them. If anyone has a similar build or any info that could steer me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated.
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Hello, i am new to this group and just purchased a new to me 2009 Grizz 700. I mostly ride mud and rough trail and am not overly worried about losing a bit of top end power but i want to maintain bottom end grunt. I recently ordered 28" terminators, a dalton clutch kit, and an hmf swamp series exhaust. I did some research on the clutches after and found out there are better ways to modify them, luckily i just recieved an email that informed me the dalton clutche kit is on back order so i was able to cancel them. If anyone has a similar build or any info that could steer me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated.
I and many others run Coop45 machined sheaves with excellent results.

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How much do his mods cost? and also Coop needs me to send in my sheave is there any other options that dont involve down time?

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So because i am from Canada Coops would cost me 500$ Cad. Is his kit worth it?
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So because i am from Canada Coops would cost me 500$ Cad. Is his kit worth it?
Is that for the machining of your current sheave with round trip shipping ? You say "kit" so I assume it includes a stronger spring?

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Where in Canada? If you want to send it to Edmonton I can cut your sheave for you.

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Where in Canada? If you want to send it to Edmonton I can cut your sheave for you.
If that's the case when I buy my next quad I'll be sending my sheave to you!

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Where in Canada? If you want to send it to Edmonton I can cut your sheave for you.
I've seen that you have been posting lately. Welcome back!

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Hello, i am new to this group and just purchased a new to me 2009 Grizz 700. I mostly ride mud and rough trail and am not overly worried about losing a bit of top end power but i want to maintain bottom end grunt. I recently ordered 28" terminators, a dalton clutch kit, and an hmf swamp series exhaust. I did some research on the clutches after and found out there are better ways to modify them, luckily i just recieved an email that informed me the dalton clutche kit is on back order so i was able to cancel them. If anyone has a similar build or any info that could steer me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated.
You could try the old 1.5 shim and purple spring for less than 50 bucks. If that's not enough the do sheave.

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You could try the old 1.5 shim and purple spring for less than 50 bucks. If that's not enough the do sheave.
Worth wild tried and true easy set up.

But no way is it only 50$ when you live in Canada. Expect twice that....

That said, obviously worth it for only 100 bucks.

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Vincent what windshield do u have on your 700? I have a 2010 special edition in white. I would like one for winter. Thanks in advance
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I have a 2018 Grizzly with 29.5x10-12 terms. I first did the shim mod (1.5mm) with white epic in the secondary. It did help me some but still needed a lil more bottom end. Without any mods I couldnít spin my tires in peanut butter while trying a 4 wheel diff lock. So I then changed the roller weights to 16 gram after I got my clutch back with the Coop45 mod #3 and a .5mm shim. Be careful with adding shins to make sure your belt doesnít rub the cover. I have the HMF Swamp XL with the optimizer and K&N filter. It has made all the world of a difference. Now if I can just get the optimizer set properly.
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