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What mm shim should I put in my grizzly I want a noticeable difference for low end power, but I don’t want much of my top end and top speed taken away. What y’all think I should do?
 

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1.5 to 1.7 mm but you'll always lose some top speed. The only way around that is a machined sheave. I believe this was covered in one of your past clutch kit threads
 
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....................I believe this was covered in one of your past clutch kit threads
Covered in many, many posts and threads.
Two ways to get back TE after shimming.
Cam-plate cutting
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Machine the ends of the sheave roller weight ramps.
 

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Covered in many, many posts and threads.
Two ways to get back TE after shimming.
Cam-plate cutting
or
Machine the ends of the sheave roller weight ramps.
Ya, forgot about the cut cam plate mod... Thanks
 

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1.5 to 1.7 mm but you'll always lose some top speed. The only way around that is a machined sheave. I believe this was covered in one of your past clutch kit threads
I’ve been looking for a 1.5mm shim but all I can find is a 1mm but in description it says 1.5 it comes with a 1mm and .5 but in the picture it is like this (1) 1mm is one of them and another is (1).5 what does that mean?
 

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