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New vfj full replacment can am clutches

Working on this next project so I'll throw a heads up out there.

Renegades, Outlanders, Mavericks, Commanders and fit all models 650-1000cc 07-to-14 models

As most already know there is a ton to be gained from a clutch that is underdriven and lighter than stock!!

I will have Full replacement primary clutches ready to bolt on and go for the 650-1000 setups. Figure 2-3 months until they are ready for retail and testing is finished for setups.

These will feature a smaller diameter center 1.75 to underdrive the primary for gearing

This clutch will also be around 6 POUNDS lighter than stock!!! This will also be FULLY ADJUSTABLE and use any Polaris, Kawasaki, can am spring available.

Also, price....Clutch alone will be about 500.00 full spring and adjustable weights in a setup to bolt on ready to go about 700.00

These will work with all stock and STM secondary clutches and use stock belts


Full roller secondary's are in the works as well, they should be in the 400 range

I want to keep the cost down to about 1000.00 for the pri and sec set.

These are ALL NEW CLUTCHES!!!! Not reworked stock clutches off other machines.


Now you will have more options in the clutching department as my testing unfolds...

www.vforcejohn.com (570)-773-1240 Slipon and Full system Pipes, FI tuners, Clutching, Custom Dynojet Dyno tuning for all setups. email [email protected]

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i'm interested to see how they stack up with qsc and stm's offerings.


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So what are you going to do about engine braking be cause the Kawi system sucks . Why not use a Comet with a popo one way bearing or ma be you can use one in your Clutch.

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I'm liking the price, especially if the primary has a one-way and the secondary is a roller.

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Very nice, keep us updated!

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So what are you going to do about engine braking be cause the Kawi system sucks . Why not use a Comet with a popo one way bearing or ma be you can use one in your Clutch.

This is not a Kawasaki clutch or any other machines stock clutch reworked to fit on a can am crank. THey just wouldn't work out so I had to go another route and this should be the hot ticket for max performance, lowest weight, and best price.

These are 100% brand new and 100% made in the USA.

as far as engine braking, you will have it until the clutch disengages about 4-5 mph just like a QSC clutch or STM

www.vforcejohn.com (570)-773-1240 Slipon and Full system Pipes, FI tuners, Clutching, Custom Dynojet Dyno tuning for all setups. email [email protected]

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Sounds good. So no one way bearing?

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Im sure it will be another excellent product John
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sounds great and the price is good too cant wait to see some tests on them
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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!
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