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I'm thinking of installing a clutch kit need some fead back don't know anyone that is running one. Thinking of putting 28" outlaws on and want to make up for the power loss. Even if i dont go with the 28 more power is always welcome
running: 2"snorkel, dyno jetkit, [email protected] air filter hmf exhaust, 1"lift, 27" 589

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everyone here who has installed one has praised it, check out the thread in the How-To section for some tips.
 

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Do it , but take your time doing it or it will get frustrating
 

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You are not going to "add" any power or recover a power loss due to oversixed tires w/ a clutch kit. The clutch kit will only help off the line or from a stop to get the tires turning in the mud, by delaying the clutch engagment around 500 RPM. Once the clutch has engaged there is no difference.
 

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Don't get me wrong it is a worthwild investment. I just don't want you to buy one and go throught the hassle of installing it, if it is not what you are expecting.
 
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