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I have a 97 zrt 600, clutching setup is:
10-56 polaris weights
165/310 spring
Button secondary
Yellow spring
58/52 helix progressive
22/41 gearing
Instantly goes to 8000 and stays there throughout the shift. Should I move my secondary spring one hole clockwise (about 200 rpms), or should I go to a 170/330 primary spring. What I have read is I shoul adjust my rpms with the primary and not the secondary. I'm looking to run the motor at 8200. All clutching components are new with less than 500 miles on them.

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I'm by no means an expert and am in the process of dialing in the rpms on my own sled however I think that it would be more than safe to assume that you should be able to get another 200 rpms out of the secondary with a spring adjustment. Curious why your not shooting for more in the 8400 range? 8000-8200 seems a bit on the low side for a ZRT600.
 

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97 arctic performance manual says to run them between 8000-8200 (stock motor). I'm now thinking of using of using a slightly stiffer secondary spring. SLP or arctic RED/WHITE.
 
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