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I'm looking to do a little clutch work on my '02 xcsp 600. It is completely stock and the sled/clutch only have about 2300 miles on them. The clutch is not showing much wear so would I be better off just buying some different weights and springs? What "extra" do the clutch kits come with that make them so much more expensive? I have done some research on here and most people are saying go with 10-62 or 10-64 weights and an almond/blue primary spring as well as a silver/blue secondary spring.

Is this all I need to order, or would I be better off going with a complete clutch kit?

Thanks for the input! [thumb]
 

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410 main jets
needles stock position

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Polaris Almond/blue engages @ 43-4400. stock Polaris dark blue/white 4000
Polaris 10-60 or HSP C2 weights
HSP 34x helix is preferred R12 works well and are easier to find.
EPI orange #2 preferred, Polaris silver/blue #2-3 will work
23/40 (1.74), 22/39 (1.77), or 23/41 (1.78) gears. 23/39 (1.70) are stock. We use 22/39.
Let me know if you want/need weights, helix, or gears. I have some things left from other sleds but I can check what is in the toolbox.
 

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Thanks for the info! I'll do some digging with my buddies and let you know if/what I might need.

Not that it matters much, but I'm just curious if this will affect mileage at all. I would think that having the clutching dialed in might actually help a little? Regardless I don't own a sled for fuel economy!
 

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600edge said:
Thanks for the info! I'll do some digging with my buddies and let you know if/what I might need.

Not that it matters much, but I'm just curious if this will affect mileage at all. I would think that having the clutching dialed in might actually help a little? Regardless I don't own a sled for fuel economy!
Going from the stock, rich #430 main jets to #410 mains will help fuel economy and are safe to approx. -20* F. The clutching and gearing will make the sled more aggressive and responsive. Overall economy should be 1-3 mpg better. Looking at notes from past, some 02 600s would pull 10-62s with a lighter rider.
 

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tnmemr said:
410 main jets
needles stock position

Primary
Polaris Almond/blue engages @ 43-4400. stock Polaris dark blue/white 4000
Polaris 10-60 or HSP C2 weights
HSP 34x helix is preferred R12 works well and are easier to find.
EPI orange #2 preferred, Polaris silver/blue #2-3 will work
23/40 (1.74), 22/39 (1.77), or 23/41 (1.78) gears. 23/39 (1.70) are stock. We use 22/39.
Let me know if you want/need weights, helix, or gears. I have some things left from other sleds but I can check what is in the toolbox.
looking for a spring that will engage around 4300-4500 rpms...for a polaris fusion. thanks
 

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Fuse600 said:
looking for a spring that will engage around 4300-4500 rpms...for a polaris fusion. thanks
What does your sled engage at now and how is it currently set-up?
 

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i beleive it engages at 3300 i believe...ill check tomarrow. i havent changed anything to it so stock?
 

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sorry bout that
 
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