You do know that "clutch kits" still need to be adjusted right?
A perfect clutch kit still needs to be adjusted to rider weight, elevation, gearing changes, and jetting changes.
Its not as simple as bolting in a magic-kit and being 100% spot on.
Good kits will get you close sometimes, but sometimes they leave a lot on the table.
Get on a dyno and spend a few Hrs clutching it, I'll bet you can gain HUGE ammounts.
2009 OUTLAW 525 IRS.
41mm Carb with Transition Ring, Ceramic Coated Header, HMF Competition Series Pipe, Custom Full Intake, Polaris Bob Oil Cooler Adapter with Custom Cooler, Rath +3 A-arms, ALBA Anit-Vibe kit, 15 Tooth sprocket, Pure Polaris Nerfs, Pure Polaris Handguards, Pure Polaris Front Bumper, Fox Float Evol X Shocks (front), Fox Podium X Shocks (rear), PRM 6 pack rack, PRM Rear A-Arm Guards, Pit Posse Shifter, Daytona Digital Tach, G-Force Wheel Spacers, IRazr Radials, Thumper Racing crankcase vent, LM1 A/F Meter. 48.6 WHP, 37.53 Torque.