There Not...on this Forum.....Im sure they will be soon...They've paid there dues....And helped us all out plenty of times.....
I understand business is business. Not saying you or any other person needs to sell his product for him ( as it is obvious it sells itself ). You dont have to buy it, look at it or anything that goes against your will. No doubt that from what I hear, the QSC is a very fine clutch. I just happened to go with Airdam because for 1, QSC in Wisconsin was clueless to what a maverick setup would involve, and 2, Adam actually answered the phone the very first time I ever attempted to call him. Was very helpful and talked to me for as long as I felt I needed to keep him on the phone. I felt it would be a comfortable transaction and in the end it was every bit of that. Oh and BTW, I actually called Adam first, I told him at the end of the conversation that I would be calling QSC to see what they had to offer as well. Not one time did he try to talk me out of it or sway me back to his primary. The man simply said "OK man, just give me a call back if you decide you want me to build you one, and I will get it done for you".I was once a full blown consumer, but now I'm on both sides. So I have a pretty good understanding of how everything works. When I was racing CV Tech had just started making it's way out into the ATV scene. Adam @ QSC actually messed around with them before he starting building the QSC clutches. True story. I could sit here and write up a 6 page paper on why a roller clutch is more efficient than a non roller style. When it comes to tuning and setting them up it's like watching an old tube TV versus watching a 3D TV. Night and day. Will the CV Tech work for your every day rider? Sure. My customers have just had BETTER luck with QSC's. I've had my hands on the trailboc, I've replaced them, sent them off, tested them, etc etc. It is what it is. At the end of the day you'll decide where to go.
The moral of this story and this thread. Is, business is business. Everyone seems to be taking things for face value without knowing the behind the factual information. Brent at Performance ATV is a personal friend of mine and I remember when he was first deciding to make the swap from getting his clutches through Adam to getting them directly from CV Tech. It wasn't an easy decision, he was stressed about it and felt bad. But, it's just the way the cookie crumbles. Brent's demand, for his customers and his business, wasn't fulfilled the way he needed it to be, so they went else where. Cut and dry.
To this day I'll sell anyone a clutch for Adam. I wish I had the financial backing to place a bulk order and keep them in stock. Help him out. Service them, be a third party type thing. Because on his end the demand as exceeded the supply as well. There are more than one way to running a successful business. And I too am facing the same problems. Finding someone that has the "want to" and the passion for this that we do is next to impossible. And the ones we do know are separated by hundreds of miles. Luckily I've had the luxury of not allowing my business to outgrow me. It may be a pain at times, but I manage.
Like I said before, I hate when things get twisted and taken out of context. But that's life. Right?
Oh and Brian, I never got that call....
I still dont understand why you keep dragging our name (Performance ATV) into this...We are glad we are not apart of airdam (no more pissed off customers asking when their clutch will be in, no call backs from you when I am trying to help customers with your products, no more telling me you shipped it and then it doesnt come in and I have to go back on my word to my customers)...we have gotton way more business because we are not a part of you guys....We have lost money trying to keep our customers happy on next day shipping clutches because you told me it would be done a week ago....I personally have tried to talk with you about your service and tried to help you on the business side SEVERAL TIMES and you would agree with me and nothing would change....now that your ship is sinking you are trying to blast anyone to help you stay a float....wow!! I usually dont comment on things like this , but since you keep dragging our name into and posting it everywhere I feel i need to stand up for our Company and our customers...We are one big atv family...Mark has helped 2 of YOUR customers just this week that were having clutch issues and got those guys going because you wouldnt call them back...so the only thing that performance is guilty of is helping your pissed off customers, but thats what we are here for (helping customers)... some more advice that you wont listen to but really need to consider. Lastly please feel free to call me instead of and we can handle this issue like adults ...And owing you money.... you sent me some clutches around 3500 worth and you specifaclly told me as I sold them to send you a check for the ones I sell and thats what I did....then we recieved a bill and I instantly called you and you said quote "Merideth is asking about it and I told her the we had a deal" then a month later we get a bill for the the same thing then again I call you and you said dont worry about it....then a week later it came in and I just paid it in full....and that was the last straw for me and my company dealing with a poorly operated Airdam company...now you saying I owed you a six digit figure in three months....well I wish I could sell 100k of clutches in three months!! P.S. keep it up because we have been slammed with clutch calls since you just keep proving your poor business ethics along with your poor service..Yes we sell CV techs and will continue!!! You did not envent the cv tech...they did!!! You are machining the surfaces (which just comes off in the first few rides...but it does look good)....
To directly answer the question. NothingWhat do you currently have to offer in a tested aftermarket clutch setup for the Maverick Kris?
Aww man he ended up selling that? We were gonna get another spring sent out to him but not sure what happened.KRIS, I have a question you might be able to shed some light on. I bought Stiffler's STM secondary. He gave me a Yellow and a Gold Spring with it. I am trying to set it up on my Renegade 1000 with a QSC primary. My goal is to have it set up for pit racing with big tires. What spring should I be starting with?
Email sent, ThanksAww man he ended up selling that? We were gonna get another spring sent out to him but not sure what happened.
IT all depends on the set up on the bike you're wanting to run. Shoot me an email with some details and I'll get you fixed up. I have a whole variety of different springs.