Originally Posted by MeterPig
The KTM shop in Loveland recommended that I pick up another countershaft sprocket with one less tooth. The stock one is great for the track and the smaller is great for the trails.
I know that the chain wears faster with the smaller tooth but with my small amount of riding per year...that isn't going to be an issue long-term.
I've heard with the Mule treatment you can get away with some crazy tall gearing.
Feathering the clutch seems to be pretty normal on the 300 and comes naturally after riding it awhile, I like the engagement, pretty linear and it's like a temporary instant downshift to pop you over an obsticle. I got a brand new autoclutch sitting on the bench, it works so well right now I'm hesatant to swap it in.