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SunF Mud Tires & clutching

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I just purchased a set (4) of these for $349.00 on Amazon. They are going on my Cforce 400.

 

The guys on the CFMoto forum suggest I tune my clutch to make up for the increased weight, Tire Lug depth, etc.

 

I've been doing a ton of searching on CVTech clutches and I think I've found how to do it.

I've been told to add about 10g weight to my primary clutch and change the secondary to A1. If I don't do the weights I should atleast change the secondary to C1.

 

Does anyone here have experience with CVTech clutches and have any recommendations for me?

 

Anyone used SunF tires? 25-8-12/25-10-12

 

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Thanks!

 

 

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