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Cv tech clutch ????

I'm not really liking all the electrical gadgets that seem to always fail on the Brutes or the 360's...
Time to get rid of electronics and go mechanical....
Has anyone tried a CV TECH clutch on the Brutes?
They are made here in Canada and the high horsepower Can Am guys love them.
I put one on a chinese can am copy engine and the difference was unbelievable.
They are geared slightly lower on the low end but same top speed. And u can get them with engine braking which I had too. It worked pretty good but the stock chinese cloned can am clutch was slightly better i thought.
But in every other way the cv tech was awesome and simple to work on.

I did a search but didn't find anyone running one.

So lets here some feed back if anyone has tried one.
My stock clutch works fine with my big bore it's just that gay engine braking and all the electronic crap I'm tired of messing with.
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Following this as well. My primary clutch is beyond worn out.

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Airdam does the cv tech clutches I think.

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Airdam does the cv tech clutches I think.
Ya but Air dam
Just marks up the price I'm sure. A stock cv tech clutch works just fine. No need to machine those clutches from what I here. Just bolt on and go.

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Following this as well. My primary clutch is beyond worn out.
I'd sell u my clutch! Lol only 2450 km's on it with Dalton clutch springs/arms.
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Shoot me a price if you get another clutch.

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if yours is the original 02 it probably just needs the post 03 updates. i beat the hell out of mine for 12 years and the only issues i had with the clutch or kebc is the bearing went once and the spider spacers started getting loose and making some noise, i just put some equal weight material behind the one side to bring it to the spec in the manual.

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Shoot me a price if you get another clutch.
I found this one for 650/750 for 404.00 CAD

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Shoot me a price if you get another clutch.
Ok will do!
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Old thread I know, but did anyone ever try one out? They are popular on CanAms and Polaris, also on sleds.

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