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May 21, 2012 by admin Filed under Mustang Parts
Changing thе fundamental spring аnd weights οn a polaris XLT 600, thе same administer fοr many clutches аnd types οf sleds.
Tags: Changing, CLUTCH, Primary, sled., Snowmobile, Spring, weights
Check the service manual for specs on? your clutch each one is different.
Are you supposed to use loctite on the? bolts?
lol, i? figured!
That wasnt me! sorry, i know nothing about sleds.. that was my younger brother. ?
Thanks for your video man. I’ve got a Arctic Cat pantera, hoping it’s a similar setup. Seems the parts houses list a Comet EXP 108C- STD 30MM. Hoping I can find what’s incorrect with it, lacking pulling it off completely. It does weird knocking under load, but just coasting it’s fine. I’ve already replaced the secondary spring cause it was broken, but this sounds like it’s in the fundamental.?
Thats an? awesome video. Thanks for sharing!
not necessarily, there? are alot of factors to clutching.
do you have to replace the weight when you place a new? spring in it
carb? cleaner, degreaser, acetone for the clutch faces.
what else can you use? that works excellent
I just? had some brake cleaner on hand and used it, worked well.
What are you spraying on the? clutch to clean it
ya im in canada, eastern canada on the boarder with NY, not much here? yet.
r u in Canada?? cause im in? Alaska and we already have enough snow
no thought, i must? have pissed off the snow gods:)
no prob. and why dont you guys have enough snow to? ride
Yes, a clutch removal tool – I didn’t need one at this time as I didn’t need? to remove the clutch but when I do I’ll get the tool. Thanks for watching!
you know they make these spacial bolts that you place back? in after you take out the one you took out first. and you titian it and it pops off the clutch.
That’s why I geared down, smaller drivers on the axle, shaving the weight off it, pipes, and clutch kits, ? – won’t be a rocket and will be an fascinating experiment. When I blow this engine it’s going to get something with some serious ballsack.
Ya I basically changed everything so it would adapt to my driving style, deep snow, powder, no trails, for lower gearing and pipes. The revs have to go up around 8800-9200 for the pipes. ? The engagement will be privileged revs and not too harsh so I don’t bury the back end on take off, quick downshift for powder as well. won’t be a trail performer but will be curious to see how it works in the powder – if we ever get powder:(
Not on this type of clutch – some have a? bit of tension but they can really glide off when by a puller.
i like what you are doing with the xlt mod but i reckon the xlt is a small underpowerd for? this length of track maby a turbo
Any comments about the weight guides the weight ride on, and why do you feel it necessary to swap out the originals ? planing on a better hole shot or doing lots of climbing and feel you need? to up the revs?
i thaught the spring was under so much tension that you have to use a unique tool? to keep the cover from flying off?
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