no because a centrifugal clutch is the primary clutch that will drive the hydrostatic transmission.this is how you can stop and start without the motor stalling.you are only changing the centrifugal clutch springs and nothing else so no it will not affect the hydraulic part of it.
Just to let you all know that with a clutch kit it raises the enagaement by 500rpms, and that means low fuel mileage and less speed in revrse.
Good product for ppl with 27" tires or bigger. I know EPI guy and going to ask him to get me a spring kit that is around 250rpms.
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