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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-24-2001, 07:21 PM
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Heelclicker cluth kit

I am very interested in trying the heelclicker clutch kit. I was wondering if anyone is running this clutch kit, and if so does it work as well as it sounds.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 01-25-2001, 12:13 AM
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Re: Heelclicker cluth kit

I am running this setup in a '93 XLT with great results. Seat of the pants feel is that it pulls WAY harder from low end to midrange, with the same top speed as stock weights. The addition of an SLP Black secondary spring made it all even better. I only have two issues with the weights. First is that you cannot use any of the weight rivets in the tips or middle if you have an older Polaris narrow roller clutch. Second is that when trying to install the rivets it's easy to break a weight. Super Torquer has fixed problem #2 with the addition of a weight changing system that doesn't use the rivets, but they still won't clear the spider on the narrow roller clutch. The midrange hit on these things is incredible.

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Re: Heelclicker clutch kit

Sounds like the heelclicker kit is the way to go. I'm running a 97 ultra sp with slp pipes and using the recommended set up from slp for clutching. I think the sled is not performing as well as it could from low to mid range and was hoping the heelclicker kit would improve this. Would I have a clearance problem as well between the weight and spider?

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 01-25-2001, 07:52 AM
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Re: Heelclicker clutch kit

Yes you likely would, polaris has been using the same general P-85 design for a long time. Frank XLT may be able to tell you better about newer ones, but my 96 ultra has the same as my 90 650. I now have a 00 comet 108 EXP, and the rollers are nearly twice the size.

Is your problem a noticable bog or hesitation down low?

Have you had the carbs synched recently, if so how'd they do it?

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Re: Heelclicker clutch kit

The sled works really well with no bogging or hesitation at all. I just find a lot of belt dust laying on the belly and air box. I have also noticed slippage on the belt as it has sometimes pulled the string out of the center of the belt. I installed a torque arm and it seemed to help. I tried the sled on grass one summer figuring it would pull like a rocket and at would barely lift the skis. I tore a belt apart at that time too. This is why I was thinking on getting the heelclicker weights, and when you hear about how well they improve a sled then ya gotta have it.

Matt how do you like your 96 Ultra?

Frankenstein XLT thanks for your help too, I went to your web site and it looks like you have quite a sled as well.

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