- Polaris Sportsman 500 (98-00)
- Polaris Sportsman 500 (EFI with EBS) (06-09)
- Polaris Sportsman 500 (with EBS) (12-13)
Why Buy a Clutch Kit?
A stock clutch is designed to work just good enough to get you through tame terrain. Throw on bigger tires, added weight or a change in elevation and you'll see a noticeable decrease in performance. Dalton Industries spent countless hours on the Dyno fine-tuning their clutch kit to provide a product that will address all of these conditions allowing optimal performance from your ride!
- Dyno and field tested to ensure quality and customer satisfaction
- Optimal performance with any tire models
- Reduces belt slippage and clutch heat
- Enhances throttle response
- Prevents power loss when running larger tires
- Improves low to mid-range engagement
For 06-09 Polaris Sportsman EFI (fuel injected models) w/EBS. 0- 4000' elevation. Also for all 2012,2013 Sportsman 500 with EBS engine brake (Oversized tires only)
A cost-effective kit designed to help restore some of the acceleration lost from installing bigger tires.
Some notes on this model:
500 models with engine brake clutches. Testing showed that when using stock tires, the clutch calibration from the factory was satisfactory and no adjustment was necessary. Oversized tires, as usual, did show a significant loss of performance, speed, and acceleration. This kit will help bring your bike back to life after installing those bigger, heavier tires, and also improve belt grip, acceleration, and throttle response. Top speed on this model is slower with big tires than with stock tires, and it will remain the same (within 1 mph) with this kit installed.
For Polaris Sportsman 500 with EBS 1998-2000
Improved belt grip and bottom to mid acceleration without loss of top speed. This kit works well with stock 25" or 26" tires. This kit is NOT for use with larger than 26" tires.
For Polaris Sportsman 500 (98-00) with oversized tires
Improved belt grip and bottom to mid acceleration. This kit was designed for extreme mud applications and to correct the shift pattern for larger, more aggressive tires.