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Makes me wish i would of bought a 650 and not a 500
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are these going to be reworked cv tech clutches,just curious there's not many clutch makers out there sounds like it will a good set up you have alot of experiance with clutch work for sure.keep us posted john!
no these are not cv-tech clutches, Comet, Polaris, or any other OEM clutch retrofitted to this application, these are being custom built to be direct fit with no modifications needed.

These will use conventional primary spring and fully adjustable flyweights and are 100% made in the USA, as is most everything that I sell.


When they are ready, I'll need some testers, but I'll get to that later.

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If its 1000$ I'll get the primary n secondary for my commander....

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well i'm within 60 miles i got a 1000 xtp waiting for some ground ripping products,it would be cool to get the programmer you talked about and the clutch work done!
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as far as engine braking, you will have it until the clutch disengages about 4-5 mph just like a QSC clutch or STM
No, the QSC will engine brake all the way down to the engine stops, just like stock, since it has a one way bearing. The STM don't have a one way bearing, so they will pretty much quit braking when the primary opens up.

Which way will yours do?

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are these clutches going to be "locked" unlike the stocker?

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as far as engine braking, you will have it until the clutch disengages about 4-5 mph just like a QSC clutch or STM
No, the QSC will engine brake all the way down to the engine stops, just like stock, since it has a one way bearing. The STM don't have a one way bearing, so they will pretty much quit braking when the primary opens up.

Which way will yours do?
I have a QSC and it has as good if not better engine braking as the stock clutch but when I put the STM secondary on I lost my low speed engine braking. The reason I didn't have engine braking was the STM had to many shims between the pulleys .
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the QSC I had setup ran a STM non e/b secondary helix that also required the shims between the sheaves, so it kicked out as well, about 4-5 mph even though it ran the center bearing on the primary it didn't make much difference. but if you have a lot of slack in the belt from too much shims, then it'll have little to none below 10 mph

This clutch will run a 1.75 diameter center vs the stock 2.25 bearing so if you are running a stock secondary you should have engine braking just like you do now.

engine braking really depends on how high of stall spring you have as well and how soon it kicks the sheave off the belt

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are these clutches going to be "locked" unlike the stocker?
Yes, they will be complete and locked with a spider that is torqued down to the fixed sheave, no inner sheave and outer sheave movement, Plus a quieter operating unit

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