This is a discussion on clutch kits within the Engines, Drivelines, and Maintenance forums, part of the Can-Am Commander UTV Garage category; has any one installed a good mudder clutch kit if so how much dose it help or is it a waste of $ should i just go with Air dam ...
has any one installed a good mudder clutch kit if so how much dose it help or is it a waste of $ should i just go with Air dam I have heard good things about them.
I ride lots of bush trail that requires going slow and lots of skeg, mud holes and river crossing on my trap line
Last edited by barney06; 09-13-2011 at 06:22 PM.
yes I ment after market I must have been day dreaning when I wrote this
So yes any good feed back on a mudder kit I dont know if the wife will let me
put new clutches on seeing I just installed doors,snorkels and beefed up my tie-rod arms
this week but I think I can make a kit pass under the radar
Will let you know on this one, for sure ....this kit is really different from my 800 R kit I put on my other Rotax ...the green.yellow spring on the Commander kit is supposed to lower the stall engagement RPM, whereas on my Rhintax, it raised the engagement ...different machines react differently
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Dalton makes one of the best kits for clutches. You will still have problems burning belts. The sheaves on the primary arn't locked together, when under load they spin differently. Hence commanders being heavier burn the belts easier. I'm going with the airdam like I have on my quads. It locks the sheaves together abd workes better. Also lower starting ratio, and with the secondary more top end.
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As far as working on your clutch, If you get a clutch kit I would think that would be springs and weights. And if that is the case you would not get lower gearing just better grab on the belt. But by going with a complete after market primary clutch you will get lower gearing. That along with springs and weights set up for what your doing (mudding) you would get lower gearing and better grab on the belt.
Now if looking at after market clutches there is the STM or Airdam clutch. Bothe about the same price.