I have run a lot of Dalton stuff over the years. No complaints on any of it in general. In my testing of them- Dalton, EPI, QSC, and Speedwerx on the 850 I found the QSC to be the smoothest, and quickest overall. Each kit had it's pros and cons, but for a kit designed for your riding conditions, style, and specific setup the QSC was the clear winner IMO. That's why I picked them up to be a dealer for them. The attention to detail of each kit is what makes them work so well.
My brother has qsc kit for his 850 scrambler. I have epi kit for my 550 sportsman. We both love our kits and argue about which one is better. I don't think you can really go wrong with qsc, epi, or Dalton. Just make sure you research them and talk to somebody at each of the shops and explain exactly what you want out of it and I'm sure you won't be disappointed. My bike is an absolute monster since I put my epi on it. Riding wheelies and destroying the mud holes on a 550 in front of people who have 850s 750s and 700s as their jaw just drops is priceless. Lol
I'm just looking to get more power to the wheels, and maybe down the road i might get bigger tires. But for now just want more power. Thanks and I was gonna order a qsc but not sure if u guys could ship up to canada
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