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Alright. Someone has clutches for sale...

1321697-SP..

1321668-SP

1321739 .. Which to my knowledge is for 2000/2001 440 Indy / XCF's

What ARE OR What CAN these be used for??
 

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The 1321668 is the basic #P-85 it is replaced by the 1321734
The 1321697 is the #68

Go here and look through the online micro-fiche for the applications of these clutches.

http://www.brothersmotorsports.com/fiche_select.asp?mfg=Polaris&vcc=Snowmobiles&year=2002&fveh=6522

Good luck. -Sofa
 

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What's wrong with your current clutch Bark? It takes just a few minor changes to get you sled where you like it... I know the 700 feels lazy in stock form... mine did as well.... but with a few changes it works quite well... went to the 64g weights, the almond/red spring for the primary.... and the biggest difference so far was the gearing.... all my research lead me to the 24-41 gearing or 1.7 ratio. This really works well and go with the Team twintrax helix number #719. You will really be pleased with the outcome. For the price, the gearing was the best investment so far. And another thing is to lean the sled out some... they come really fat from the factory, I'm running 420's at sea level at -15 -20 and is plenty of fuel.... I'm putting an ATACC setup on mine in the summer with the 420's set as my fat setting and let the system lean it from there to get better performance and mileage.
 

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I just thought it would be kewl to have a spare around... I could work on one while using the other..
..or maybe have a trail clutch and a race clutch. Just swap 'em out.
 
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