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So I'm wonderin which clutch kit for my sportsman 850 I use it to mud and pull also trail riding I'm considering a Dalton
 

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Get a QSC kit from [email protected]nce.
I feel they put more into developing their kits.
 

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I have the QSC as well. Monster in low and helped with the mid range to. I really didn't notice a whole lot of top end loss, but I dont have it pinned in a straight line very often.
 

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Thanks I did look on that website and I'm pretty sure I'm goin with the one for 300$ also which belt should I go with
 

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Lost of people say oem is the best. Many, including myself have luck with gates belts. Their website has a cross ref chart to help you get the right one. They can be had off ebay for a fraction of OEM price. I would advise that you contact Ryan @ rvs before making your final choice of clutch kit, he will help make sure its the right one. Good luck.
 

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I found an OEM one on eBay with 10 miles for 20$ that made my day. My stock one lasted 2000 miles and they weren't easy miles either. Ya that does sound like a smart idea so I can tell them my setup and driving habits I'm more of an aggressive rider and love the mud and water but then who don't lol
 

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The kit is just over 200, like $210.
I don't ride that fast with a lift and big tires, the axles get hot. Usually under 40mph.
I have an EPI HD belt thats been going strong since my 1st clutch kit 2 yrs ago.

As long as you use HI and Low Range properly any belt will last.
 

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I would just give Ryan a call at RVs he's very happy to help. He will tell you everything you need to do the job. He also has a couple videos on the installation. 1 4 regular sportsman and one for an XP sportsman
 

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Here is his vid.
1 spring change in the secondary
1 spring and 3 weights in the primary
 
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