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Old 05-04-2000, 03:14 PM
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Anybody installed either an Aaen Performance or Erlandsen Performance clutch kit on a Sportsman 335? How did it perform? Did you match a pipe for the clutch kit? Looking to do pipe (Supertrapp IDS2), carb rejet, and clutch. Like my machine alot. Maybe it's not as fast as a 500, but it handles excellent, and is easy to throw around. Plows snow no problem. I've been in mud over the wheels and motored right through. Any info appreciated. Thanks in advance, -Glen
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Old 05-04-2000, 03:34 PM
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Glen - Glad to see the post. I too have a SP335 and really like it. I'd like to get more punch out of it and plan to make some clutch mods but probably after the warranty expires. I have talked with a guy that did the Highlifter performance kit which is basically a Supertrapp, K&N air filter and carb kit and he said it made a big difference in low and mid range. Never heard from someone who did the clutch though. I'm anxious to hear how you make out though as I'll likely be right behind you in a couple of months. Keep me posted. - Brad
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