Eliminate the Slipper Clutch
A 17.5-turn motor doesn’t have enough power to do any damage to your vehicle’s transmission, so a slipper clutch is unnecessary. If a slipper eliminator is available for your vehicle, pick one up and install it. An eliminator will get rid of all the parts that are necessary to make a slipper clutch work, and the result is less overall weight in your vehicle and less rotating mass, which makes it easier for your motor to turn that drivetrain.
Skip the slipper clutch to reduce rotating mass.