Clocking the secondary is not going to give you any low end gains, lighting the rollers is only going cause the primary to engage a little quicker.
if you want low end you need to have your primary cut or go the inexpensive way and do the shim mod, you need the belt to drop down into the primary more to gain low end.
So I'm clocking the secondary in my 2014 mud pro 700 h1, I got it off and notice the factory setting is at B1, according to airdam tutorial info B1 is the lowest setting (16 degrees), and the second highest setting would be A4 (116 degrees), what are you guys setting it at? From the sounds of things you guys are setting them for A4... If I set it for B4 it will be fourth highest at 92 degrees, what are your thoughts, just wanna make sure I don't **** anything up
So if what you are saying is true by putting it at B-2 or B 3 it will not fall on the same Ramps as it was on b1? I was going to put mIne on b2 but cannot get it to go back on the same ramps and I have been losing my mind over it. Maybe I will just try b4 since everyone said this is the best on this thread
I only have one question...what size is the nut on the secondary clutch, as I have to go buy the right size to remove it, thx
What are the best lightest 28 inch tires to go with and what is this shim mod guys are talking about, is there a pinned mod for it, thx to all that post great and cheap mods,
pretty sure you can find your answers using the search function, seeing it has been covered in depth... the 2ndry is a bolt though not a nut like the primary, 17mm I think I remember? or is that the primary????