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What springs would be good for 27-28” tires on a 19 brute 750. Don’t want to lose top end or have stall. I want low end engagement. Thanks in advance guys
 

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What springs would be good for 27-28” tires on a 19 brute 750. Don’t want to lose top end or have stall. I want low end engagement. Thanks in advance guys
You don't need then on any 2012+ machine up to 28" tires. But if you are going to be 90% mudd'n, then talk to VForcejohn. He has the only tested springs for the new clutches.
 

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You don't need then on any 2012+ machine up to 28" tires. But if you are going to be 90% mudd'n, then talk to VForcejohn. He has the only tested springs for the new clutches.
You don't need then on any 2012+ machine up to 28" tires. But if you are going to be 90% mudd'n, then talk to VForcejohn. He has the only tested springs for the new clutches.
Would 28” tires still rob a lot of power on a 2012+ machine? Also would aftermarket springs effect top speed? Thanks man
 

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Would 28” tires still rob a lot of power on a 2012+ machine? Also would aftermarket springs effect top speed? Thanks man
Not much power loss w/28s...and yes, stronger springs will always take top-end unless the clutches can make full shift-out with the existing load before the RPM limiter is reached.
 
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