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chadtheman

options and recommendations on a clutch kit for an 2005 king quad 700

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Ive been looking around and reading alot about these clutch kits. There seems to be many out there and many different types. I do mostly trail riding and mud bogging. But alot more trail riding and some road riding. I would like a kit that gives me more lower torque and basically alot more power. Pretty much want the best kit for power. I run stock tires and i have no added mods to the bike, its all stock. I would like some advice on which kits you would recommand and which sites would you use and also what other mods would you added for better performance. I really dont want to mess with the computer much or add mods that will basically destroy the quad in no time. Runs and drives great now so i dont want that to change but if there performance parts out there that make the bike better i would like to look at them. So if anyone has mods done to there quad that they liked and they noticed added performance let me know.

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Have you looked at ebay for parts: 2005 suzuki king quad items - Get great deals on eBay Motors items on eBay.com!

MOOSE CLUTCH KIT BIG WHEEL SUZUKI KINGQUAD 700 04-06: eBay Motors (item 250650785363 end time Jul-13-10 14:22:55 PDT)

http://www.mawonline.com/google/T501104.HTM

Try bikebandit and motosport also. I have never upgraded so I do not know what performace clutch kit is beter than others.

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A new clutch kit is not going to add power, it will only change the transfer efficiency and the way that the power is supplied. If you want a hard launch, you can use a clutch with a higher stall setting so the clutch does not engage until you reach higher rpms. Some clutches are designed for use with taller tires and will have an overall lower effective gear ratio, so you will have a lower top speed with stock size tires. Some clutches can slightly improve accelleration, decreases slippage, therefore reducing friction heat and increased backshifting. Moose, EPI and Dalton all make aftermarket clutch kits for your machine. There are some kits are designed for use with stock to 27" or 28" tires. These particular kits work well within that range only sacrificing a tiny bit of top speed with stock tires, but accelleration will be improved. They are intended to work best with a 27" or 28" tire, but work still work well with stock tires.

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