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Anyone know of a manufacturer who makes a drop and roll kit for the viper?
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I haven't tried it, but you may be able to do a drop/roll by using King Cat or 2018 and up Sidewinder MTX chain case. Probably would be easiest to find someone that is parting out a King Cat/2018 Sidewinder though.

Also there was a thread in the proclimb section (2 stroke) where they were using the newer D/R chain case parts. I believe someone had posted instructions for modifying the mounting location on the clutch side as well.
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Tom at TKI has a pattern and can help. Then you can use stock chaincase from a Sidewinder or King Cat so you can keep reverse. I think its something like 10ish hours to do but can’t remember what I was told for sure. I’m still thinking about doing this on my spare Viper. It definitely makes them jump up on the snow better.
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I haven't tried it, but you may be able to do a drop/roll by using King Cat or 2018 and up Sidewinder MTX chain case. Probably would be easiest to find someone that is parting out a King Cat/2018 Sidewinder though.

Also there was a thread in the proclimb section (2 stroke) where they were using the newer D/R chain case parts. I believe someone had posted instructions for modifying the mounting location on the clutch side as well.
I just did it on a 17 sidewinder like 2 weeks ago. used the TKI kit and it wasnt bad at all. had to buy the long chain case obviously but did a belt drive as well. and yes i know i lost my reverse and i hope i dont regret it lol.
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Told on Facebook viper forum it couldnt be done. My 15 Mpi viper had 7 tooth with a 2.6. Just put in 8 tooth with the 3" and because of tunnel cut for header it went in easier than when I put in a 2.8 Camso on my 2013 M8 with 8 tooth. Lots of clearance to header and approach angle better. Track rolls easier too. Trying it this weekend. 3hr swap including pressing drivers.
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Which Facebook Viper page? It wasn't https://www.facebook.com/groups/1531271380436303/ As bad information is deleted there. If you go there look up Brad Simon posts he did a Viper drop conversion and listed it on the page.

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Is a sidewinder trackshaft the same as an Alpha?

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No they are different, I am running an ALPHA set up in my Sidewinder currently and the shafts are different.
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No they are different, I am running an ALPHA set up in my Sidewinder currently and the shafts are different.
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