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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-23-2010, 08:17 PM Thread Starter
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What ignition and clutch should i get?

I have an 09 700 and am wanting to put a new clutch and ignition on it. Not sure what brand to go with or if some are better than others. I am leaning towards the MSD ignition, but have no idea on clutch kit. Let me know what you guys think or have.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-23-2010, 09:21 PM
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Go with the msd and trinity sheave we have both of them
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X2 on the MSD system

Get an actual machined clutch and not a trinity/oem grizzly sheave though.

Benchmark performance stocks both items

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x2 on the msd system

get an actual machined clutch and not a trinity/oem grizzly sheave though.

Benchmark performance stocks both items
machined sheaves are a little better on the top end 1,2 mph or so but they are used,and then machined,the trinitys are brand new units right off the shelf,and for the 660, they come with all brand new roller weights

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Go with the msd and trinity sheave we have both of them
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What is the cost on them?
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What is the cost on them?
msd 329.00
spring 26.00
sheave 229.00
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Many vendors have the sheaves as new units that are then machined- Unleashed Utv is one of them

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i would get a new machined sheave ,

or 18 gram OD sliding weights , the weights r cheaper and do both lighter weight ''duner kit'' and top speed, for 50 bucks ,

there at hunterworks or utv i cant type it , lol


and msd is 1 of the best for the 700

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Many vendors have the sheaves as new units that are then machined- Unleashed Utv is one of them
yep, many sheaves are new then machined. Unleashed UTV and benchmark performance can set you up.

then add a benchmark cam and exhaust, and you should be well into 60+ mph range.



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I prefer the OD weights and a stock sheave myself. MSD and 18g od with gold secondary will be a good start.

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