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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020vikingvire View Post
    Thanks for posting your opinion of the clutch kit. Iím glad to hear that it helps the Viking vi that much, but my wallet hates to hear it lol. Now Iím going to have to order me one also. I just installed a winch on mine as well. Too many things to buy. Great write up.
    Youíre welcome! Glad to share!


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  2. #92
    I ordered my jbs extreme sheave and slug kit Friday evening. I’m looking forward to the same performance as you reported. Your review of it sealed the deal for me. Thanks again. I also would like to thank everyone at jbs for taking the time to answer all my questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020vikingvire View Post
    I ordered my jbs extreme sheave and slug kit Friday evening. Iím looking forward to the same performance as you reported. Your review of it sealed the deal for me. Thanks again. I also would like to thank everyone at jbs for taking the time to answer all my questions.
    Glad to share and help out! Be sure to watch Jamesís Viking install video and secondary service videos if you havenít already. You can find them both on YouTube. They were very informative and helped me prepare


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  4. #94
    I appreciate the heads up. I have watched them a couple of times and every time I do I see something I missed. This will be my first time doing a project like this, but I believe it will go smoothly. Iím already getting anxious to try it out, but got to get it here first. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020vikingvire View Post
    I appreciate the heads up. I have watched them a couple of times and every time I do I see something I missed. This will be my first time doing a project like this, but I believe it will go smoothly. Iím already getting anxious to try it out, but got to get it here first. Lol
    I missed the 1-13/16Ē socket for the secondary spring. I realized it mid install and was delayed a day. Also, I bought a secondary clutch spring compression tool from Amazon to make it easier than the tire rim method. Was the EPI brand. A bit pricey but considering the years to come servicing the secondary I figured it would earn itís keep in the long run. In all honesty, it would be really easy to make one too if you have any flat stock iron, all-thread, washers, and nuts.


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  6. #96
    I ordered me a 1 13/16 socket it arrived a couple days ago, but the package from jbs showed up this evening. Iím going to try to install it all tomorrow. I canít wait to try it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020vikingvire View Post
    I ordered me a 1 13/16 socket it arrived a couple days ago, but the package from jbs showed up this evening. Iím going to try to install it all tomorrow. I canít wait to try it out.
    Good luck with it! Looking forward to reading your review!


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  9. #98
    I got the slug kit and extreme sheave, 17gram weights, and purple spring installed today. I havenít had a chance to take it out and test it fully, but from what I have seen so far around the house it is a major improvement over stock. I cannot get over how smooth the engagement is now. The install went smoothly except for a hiccup when my torque wrench decided to go nuts and I broke one of the wet clutch cover bolts. Luckily I was able to get the broken stud out and called local dealers and no one had it in stock. The local ace hardware had one that would work so back in business. Sorry I didnít take no pictures, I was like a kid at Christmas this morning getting started. I couldnít wait lol. If anyone is on the fence about the jbs sheave kit donít wait no longer it is definitely a great upgrade. Thanks James at jbs for a great product.

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    Clutch Kit Decision

    Quote Originally Posted by 2020vikingvire View Post
    I got the slug kit and extreme sheave, 17gram weights, and purple spring installed today. I havenít had a chance to take it out and test it fully, but from what I have seen so far around the house it is a major improvement over stock. I cannot get over how smooth the engagement is now. The install went smoothly except for a hiccup when my torque wrench decided to go nuts and I broke one of the wet clutch cover bolts. Luckily I was able to get the broken stud out and called local dealers and no one had it in stock. The local ace hardware had one that would work so back in business. Sorry I didnít take no pictures, I was like a kid at Christmas this morning getting started. I couldnít wait lol. If anyone is on the fence about the jbs sheave kit donít wait no longer it is definitely a great upgrade. Thanks James at jbs for a great product.
    Iím darn sure enjoying mine more since the upgrade!

    Check out the ďThrottle MaxĒ gas pedal if you havenít already! Itís much more comfortable and It REALLY helps smooth out the throttle on bumpy terrain!!! No more foot bouncing up and down and trying to hold the throttle/RPMís steady. IMHO...Itís another ďworth the $$Ē product. I will say it took a little getting used to at first but itís a great improvement! It has a hinged pedal adapter that can be used in the folded up (stock use) or folded down position (better throttle control) and itís a 2 minute easy install.
    If you ride much youíll probably feel the foot fatigue with holding your foot at an awkward position on the stock pedal. The Throttle Max pedal allows for a comfortable more natural foot position. Another nice addition is Seizmik side view mirrors. Break one and theyíll replace it no questions asked!!! They look sleek too!


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