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Give me the good, the bad, and the dirty about clutch slugs.
I know what they do, Mostly... I mean I know the science behind more centrifugal force, bla bla..
What I'm looking for is how much difference will I notice in engagement RPM ? Lets assume stock is around 2000 rpm, will the slugs drop it to 1800 ?
What are the negative effects?
Can they cause any problems ?
Has anyone installed them and then thought " Crap .... Wish I had not done that" ?
I Want lower engagement for better crawling ability in tight technical trails. I don't like that "Clutch riding " feeling I get now.
I have 1.5mm of shims and a purple spring but I want WAY lower starting speed. I want to crawl at 1mph without burning the clutch. I had it with my 2009 grizzly but my 2016 won't come close to crawling like my old machine. It has WAY more from 1/4 all the way to Wide open. It makes my fathers 2012 700 LE feel like a 550 compared to it, but it wont crawl like his .