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I recently purchased a 2014 ace 325 and it seems like it requires a lot of throttle input for the clutch to engage. Is this something that is just standard due to the small displacement or maybe a new belt is required? Once the clutch engages it feels strong and doesn’t feel like there is any issues at all.
 

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Just chiming in, I got a 2015 Ace 570 and tried to take the slack up of the throttle as I like things crisp and responsive, (like in my 2012 Rzr570). looking at the pedal assembly i found it odd that Polaris purposefully designed slack in the pedal that it must be depressed 1/2 inch or more before the machine does anything. that play does not increase revs. Weird eh? I ended up bolting 12 and 1 together and will see what it its like. I also drilled a hole in the inner fender well to allow 6 to be removed for future servicing, or if my idea was stupid to put it back the way it was.

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Mine goes up to 1500rpms before it engages. I think it was 1500. I was pounding the trans when I first got it until I found if I press the brake then slowly take up rpm's until it engaged, then let off the brake while still giving it the gas, it was wayyyyyyyy smoother.
 
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