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WTB Team Tied 1 inch keyed


Mar 12, 2010
I might have one, I could use some more info as to what it would fit?
I know very of the Team Clutched


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Oct 14, 2008
A gen1 stm cat clutch is available with a 1" key.

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Oct 5, 2010
Actually i’ve run the Tss04 on 8 sleds with perc (or RER).

I guess the clunk of the clutch has faded into the background of other first world problems.

My main concern about clutching sleds is performance first then belt life, I don’t think the clunk ever made it on the list.

I ran a tied clutch on my 11pro rmk with 3 different “clutch kits” from prominent tuners.
At no time did the sled outperform stock in any category other than removing the “clunk”

Belt life became dismal.

Track speed while climbing was down 5-7mph at best.

I ended up selling the tied with a spare sled just to get rid of it. (Nobody would even pay $50 for it locally or on Ebay)

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