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Old 05-10-2018, 11:14 AM
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Can qd from a 13 pro rmk be used on rmk 900 05?
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I'll bet quite a bit of money it's not a direct bolt on change.

You'll have to pull the entire chaincase.
The 05 900 chassis a keyed shaft or spline shaft? The quick drive pulleys go on a splined shaft.
The center to center between the shafts probably isn't the same. The belt problem won't be the right length.
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Its splined, i havent messured c-c distans, but i'am going too do it
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Cool.
I haven't seen a QD done to retrofit an older chassis.

You should start a build project thread if you proceed!!!
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Nope.

HUGE diff in c2c Jack/drive shafts.
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I would consider using a Kurts Pro geardown as a starting point on a project like that, since you can get the belt for them in different lengths I believe, being a more standard tooth design... would probably have to machine down your chaincase to open it up, not sure... maybe TKI already has a kit for the 07 and newer Dragons but again C to C is different on the 900.
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Waht aboute c3 powersport, dose they have a beltdrive for the 900?
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No company has ever done a belt drive in the 900. It would be a lot of work. Plus the custom tensioner setup.

Not worth it imo. The time and money spent is better off on making it reliable


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