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post #1 of 13 Old 10-30-2019, 08:43 AM Thread Starter
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2019 kodiak secondary spring

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I emailed yamaha about stock secondary spring specs but they never replied ( I will remember that for when I buy my next bike).
Anybody know what the specs are?
Changing clutch set up again and want to know exact spec difference between stock and epi orange spring.
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post #2 of 13 Old 10-30-2019, 09:57 PM Thread Starter
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Gave up and put orange spring in and 22gr weights, and 1mm shim. Way better at 45 klms it just cruises quiet not revving to much. But the power is right there now.
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post #3 of 13 Old 10-30-2019, 10:01 PM
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Awesome!!!! Happy your Clutching set up worked out! Sounds like a nice combo for a 700 Kodiak!

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Thanks, i can't make it to snappy or the wife won't drive it..lol.
I take the ranger half the time.
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And I checked clutches after 1mm shim and it is now . 2.75-1 ratio.
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And I checked clutches after 1mm shim and it is now . 2.75-1 ratio.
Nice! Surprising for only a 1mm shim! Thanks for posting that.

I had 2.8 :1 with 1.5 mm
I'm currently at 3.1:1 With my current set up.....

I'm also running the Orange Epi spring. Though I found it a bit too stiff for my application, a little more tuning made it work....

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That's a nice ratio, must pull off the line like a mule. Yeah I just wanted to gain my power back from the tires without stressing clutch system. This seems good but will take for a 80klm ride this weekend behind elliot lake. ( trails and more trails).
Keep me posted if you change anything and how it worked? Love hearing different set up info.
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That's a nice ratio, must pull off the line like a mule. Yeah I just wanted to gain my power back from the tires without stressing clutch system. This seems good but will take for a 80klm ride this weekend behind elliot lake. ( trails and more trails).
Keep me posted if you change anything and how it worked? Love hearing different set up info.
Eliot Lake eh?!!! Lol Man that's near by, I live 4 hrs east..

Enjoy your trip! keep posting updates and pictures !!!!

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Oh nice, another close by member. I'm just north of Sudbury, in Levack. Still learning the trails here.
So much to explore. All of us northern guys should plan a get together age do a nice day trip.

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Oh nice, another close by member. I'm just north of Sudbury, in Levack. Still learning the trails here.
So much to explore. All of us northern guys should plan a get together age do a nice day trip.

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Wow!!! I'm 2 hrs east of Sudbury!

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