STEP 16: Fit the new spring into the clutch assembly,
place the roller retainer on top, then the retaining clip and
finally the compressor tool. Tighten it all down slowly,
making sure the teeth on the splined shaft line up with the
roller retainer. Then, reinstall the retaining clip.
STEP 17: Apply Loctite or another thread locker to the
helix plate screws, then tighten to the manufacturer’s
STEP 19: Tighten the clutch bolts back up, and make
sure all the parts spin freely and don’t bind. While the
cover is off, you can start up the engine to ensure that the
clutch isn’t engaged at idle and that everything engages
smoothly. Before you go ride, put the cover back on!
STEP 15: Our secondary spring was broken in half
inside the clutch, and there was no telling when it happened. This caused a lack of upshift that made our XP feel
STEP 18: Reinstall the secondary clutch on the shaft first,
ensuring the teeth on the splines line up. Then, wrap the
belt around it and the primary clutch, then wiggle the primary onto its shaft. Use a soft-faced mallet to tap the
clutches onto the shafts.
STEP 20: Go enjoy your newfound acceleration. ;