Lucky ! Very expensive now. Would be cheaper if I sent my sheave in.
If you are going to do any mod to your Griz then Arnie's machined sheave and secondary spring is the only way to go, EPI clutch kit is a waste of money and time sorry to say, remember you only have 50hp to work with you just have to know where to put the power were its needed to make a gain, Coops mod 3 package does this for your Griz hands down, you also can add .5-.7mm shim for more bottom end with Coops machine sheave setup just take note of belt rub on your sheave covers, you will loose a bit top end with the extra shims, 7200km on my Griz with Coops mod 3 and purple spring with .5mm shim, glad I bought it and has worked flawless.
Exactly. We were all at the learning stage at one time.Prob best move these guys on here and gals are the best techs u will find and real info they are great at spending our money (not a bash) i did shim mod spring had the boys do the shopping i got it all and they helped me with my first cvt service ever shim mod epi spring all sort of stuff i was paying a shop for with that said trust them they are great an wouldnt tell ya fact
I don't know how much more bottom end you want but I have a 2021 with 26 zillas and I pull a small trailer with 500 pounds of corn and I have plenty of snap, a couple of weeks ago while my wives kodiak was in the shop she rode with me on my grizzly with 80 lbs of corn on the front rack and her in front of me no trailer, and I just burped the throttle and front wheels came up... I said it's a little little different than yours huh... we have to go thru all kinds of terrain including muddy fields and I have plenty of low end grunt. I don't even have to put it in low just ride in drive. But good luck on whatever your trying to do..😉I priced out a new sheave from him and it’s close to $500 Canadian bit pricey for me right now, I don’t want to send my sheave in cause I don’t want any down time before winter, I rip weekends and after work during the week so.