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just wondered if any one has used one and what their thoughts were on them? seems like a good deal minus the weight, I just worry about how long I got before a rebuild on the primary is a must and I like that it can adjust the sheave clearance as the belt wears or if I choose to get a different belt without opening the clutch up. and well 250% more bushing wouldn't hurt ether! 911 Response Clutch Cover

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imo they are a waste of money ,they came out as a solution to cats crappy clutches ,polaris clutching works so no need for this product
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They are well worth the money, just for adjustable belt-sheave clearance alone!


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The issue with externally adjusting belt to sheeve clearance is; it messes with all the other variables in the clutch.

Utilizing an external adjustment will change the Spring Force as well as where the weight contacts the roller. So while you may get the belt to sheeve correct, IMO it changes everything else in a counterproductive way. If you're not picky about your clutching / performance then it may be a good fit for you. It will cause most to chase their tail and is not worth the hassle. If you got a machine that eats belts bad enough to really use the external adjustment you got far bigger issues to rein in and get under control than "Deflection".



In my opinion the best Value is the; ZRP cover
Ibexx also makes one that is similar and slightly lighter but the quality of the machining is a little rough IMO and probably is 6061-T6 which is a fair margin weaker (than the 7075-T6 of the ZRP cover) and due to the Ibexx tri-lobe design will flex far more than it should, which will result in binding and premature wear.
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the only other clutch cover that addressed what I was originally looking for was indy dans as he was the only other one that increased the cap bushing size! all of the covers help to make the towers hold together in a more ridged fashion but don't address the other problems of these clutches. all do a good job by adding strength to them witch we need but I was trying to increase the over all life be for a rebuild is needed also!
I understand what you are saying about how it can effect things but I don't think the few MM that we might need to adjust on sheave clearance will have much if any adverse effect. we all set belt deflection constantly or at least those of us who are picky about our clutching but just deal with the sheave clearance getting worse and worse until we blow the belt or just toss it. most of us set the sheave to our kits or factory specks to start because it can make a big difference. the sheave clearance is just the other half of belt deflection IMO. and would be nice to adjust it with the deflection. I can understand how if it was off from the start and we just used the adjuster to make it right it might move everything enough to start having adverse effects but it should be set correct from the start and work a few MM in from their to avoid it getting wonky... again just my thoughts but every one I have talked to said they love them and just keep taking them off their last sled and putting them on the new one but then again I only talked to 2 people that have used them but nether has mentioned this problem?
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Dans cover is slightly heavier than a stock. The added strength keeps it from flexing under load. Also the quick change bushing is super nice but I have had zero issues with the different bushing as well. Holding up very well.

As said, the ZRP can flex causing bind as well..
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