Attn: Polaris Clutch Experts HELP!!!

Attn: Polaris Clutch Experts HELP!!!

Post by Advanced Fluid Powe » Sat, 05 Dec 1998 04:00:00


I've got a question!

There are two weights offered that are 62 grams.

1. 1062 Racing profile Modified tip p/n#1321586
2. 1062M Racing profile Modified Tip p/n#1321614

What is the difference, what does the'M' signify?

Thanks in advance!

Corey

 
 
 

Attn: Polaris Clutch Experts HELP!!!

Post by Dary » Sat, 05 Dec 1998 04:00:00

Well i am not a clutching expert but the 10-62m has the heel of the
weight cut .050. This will result in about a 46-4700 rpm engagement with
a dark blue polaris spring. The 10-62 will cut in the same as stock,
about 3800. That's the only difference as all external specs appear to
be the same. One thing though, if you use them (10-62m) they will seat
the moveable side out father resulting in increased belt clearance. You
will have to adjust for this or the engagement will be rather harsh with
the extra clearance. Could have a possible bog also. I am assuming you
are clutching a xc7 but this will apply to all.

Hope this helped, any other questions email me

Daryl

Quote:

> I've got a question!

> There are two weights offered that are 62 grams.

> 1. 1062 Racing profile Modified tip p/n#1321586
> 2. 1062M Racing profile Modified Tip p/n#1321614

> What is the difference, what does the'M' signify?

> Thanks in advance!

> Corey


 
 
 

Attn: Polaris Clutch Experts HELP!!!

Post by Darren Bere » Sat, 05 Dec 1998 04:00:00

The M means that the heel of the weight is cut back giving a higher
engagement If you install these you will need to double check your belt to
shieve distance as it will increase and you will need to take out some shims
from your spider to get it right

 
 
 

Attn: Polaris Clutch Experts HELP!!!

Post by FRIGIDF » Mon, 14 Dec 1998 04:00:00

THE M STANDS FOR MODIFIED.  I THINK THE MAIN DIFFERENCE IS THAT THE 10-62M IS
TUCKED.  THAT MEANS THE HEAL OF THE WEIGHT IS CUT SO THE ENGAGEMENT WILL BE
HIGHER IF THE CLUTCH IS SHIMMED CORRECTLY.
FRIGID FUN