Bill Cudney set me up with a trail performance clutch this fall. After 200 miles of riding I'm wondering if I should adjust the clickers on the primary. After riding on a perfect lake I recorded 110MPH on speedo with RPM's sitting at 8250 on tach. I do realize that the tachs are usually off and those RPM's might really be 8050 or so. The primary bolts are set at #3 right now. I'm wondering if I should go down to #2? The sled does not feel like it is falling on its face anywhere and in the midrange smokes my friends 2002 MXZ 700 with no clutch modifications, I jump him by 4 or 5 sled lengths. We both sit side by side on top end. I saw 8250 rpm's and got nervous that I was going to smoke my motor if I ran it there too long. When I am trail riding the tach always seems to hang around 8000-8100rpm's when I crack it, just creeps up to 8250 when on the lake holding it open. Any thoughts would be appreciated.