Put in a good synthetic 10W-40 oil or 20W-50. Use motorcycle specific oil also. I use Mobil 1 Motorcycle Oil and once I got the polaris stuff out it shifted easy. Full power shifts still need a little clutch but you don't have to let off of the gas.
Sorry about the delay. I put my clutch in and wow what a difference. Say goodby to the notchy shifts! The barrnet clutch is the way to go. I got mine from Gary's superbike shop and it was worth every penny.The kit comes with everything, but I used the stock springs.
I did put the clutch in myself, it was a snap. Shifts great and goes right into neutral,like it should. Call Gary at the superbike shop and he will hook you up. I have bought parts from alot of places, but I have had nothing but the best of luck with the superbike shop. Gary took time out of his day to answer all of my questions and them some. Order a barrnet clutch you can't go wrong!
****..thats werid..i emailed Barnett and talked to Chris Taylor at
Barnett Tool & Eng. and asked him for the model and how much for the pred clutch...this is the reply he sent me back "Sorry, we do not have any listing at this time for the Polaris models"
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