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    rmk secondary clutch set up

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    • Member since
      June 2005
    rmk secondary clutch set up
    Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, January 16, 2007 9:26 PM
       I own a 2001 rmk 700.  I was wondering what hole the spring goes in , in the stock setting.  I want to bring the rpm's down a bit.  I heard the range for these engines is 7800 to 8000, mine is going closer to 8200 to 8300.  The guy I bought it of said he tightened the secondary spring 1 hole.  I was wondering if it would be better to get heavier weights for my primary to bring down my rpm's or just go back a hole in my secondary?
    • Member since
      October 2005
    Posted by machzguy on Saturday, January 20, 2007 8:47 AM
    maybe add a little primary clutch wieght, might run a little harder.
    • Member since
      January 2007
    Posted by Experts on Thursday, February 1, 2007 10:40 AM
    The stock production clutching secondary hole is # 2. It would be best to back the secondary clutch back down to the # 2 hole. Adding weight to the drive will most likely bring your RPM's too low. It's also more cost effective to just back the clutch down to the stock setting.

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