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Default Lower altitude clutching... one more time

Alright, I’ve seen it on here 100’s of times so let revisit one more time, what are recommendations for clutch kits in Michigan and Wisconsin elevation?

Don’t need more speed but acceleration would be nice. Already pulls skis if I hammer it.
Sled is a 14’ m9000. No driveline upgrades either so if someone has recommendations for them as well it would appreciated.
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