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I know that I don't own a Can-Am, but was hoping to get some input here. I have a 2007 King Quad 450, and since I can never leave anything stock, I was wondering where I should start. I have never owned a utility quad before, so upgrades will be a whole new world for me. If I were to spend some dough, where is my best money spent? What I would like to do is increase acceleration and low-end pulling power. Should I look at a clutch kit, or spend my hard earned dough on exhaust and FI controller?

What have you done, and how happy are you with the results? From what I have found, my only option for exhaust is Yoshimura and FI controller is by Cobra. I am trying to find out if there are clutch kits available.

Thanks in advance,

Jerry
 

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As a Bombardier (or BC--before Can-Am) owner, the best performance mod that I added was the clutch kit. The exhaust and controller didn't add much as far as the "seat-o-meter" goes but it did add some and sounds just how I like it...
 

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As a Bombardier (or BC--before Can-Am) owner, the best performance mod that I added was the clutch kit. The exhaust and controller didn't add much as far as the "seat-o-meter" goes but it did add some and sounds just how I like it...
id go with a new set of tires first... other than that maybe a clutch kit and most cosmetics like bumpers/bumper covers, overfenders, handguards, and a rear trunk are what i have done... im going to see how the grizzly runs with the new 27" tires on her and that will determine if i clutch it or not...
 

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Clutch kit, I agree the exhaust and controllers don't do that much. But it does sound fast for sure and thats half of it.
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