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post #11 of 18 Old 01-08-2009, 12:06 PM
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Ive seen black magic roller conv. kits sold. It may be a cheaper route than buying another secondary.
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I did the roller conversion on my 95 Wildcat. You buy the 1st generation roller cover from the 96 440 sno pro. This is just the blank cover for $40. You buy the current plastic rollers for the new cover (3) and thrust washers (3) and use 1/4" hardened dowel pins for roller shafts. The dowels are held in place with (3) 10-32 flat head screws.

This bolts on the long tower secondaries and will use all the standard helix. If you want even lower friction, use the new Rock Rollers or hard rollers from HPE instead of the white UHMW rollers.

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I did the roller conversion on my 95 Wildcat. You buy the 1st generation roller cover from the 96 440 sno pro. This is just the blank cover for $40. You buy the current plastic rollers for the new cover (3) and thrust washers (3) and use 1/4" hardened dowel pins for roller shafts. The dowels are held in place with (3) 10-32 flat head screws.

This bolts on the long tower secondaries and will use all the standard helix. If you want even lower friction, use the new Rock Rollers or hard rollers from HPE instead of the white UHMW rollers.

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That works with the older button secondaries? That's pretty awesome. Seems to be a well kept secret too.
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Ok so I'll put it on my list of things to do over the summer when I rebuild the clutches. I'm just trying to make a plan as what I'm going to do to the sled. Also I know I've asked for this before but lost the post and forgot to save them but what setup's are every one running on their ZR 580's for clutching and any other mods? Thanks for the help.

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use the clutch cover from a 97 ZR440... run a stock t-cat helix(57-50) and a red w/white spring..

im not sure on my primary spec. but it engages around 4600 and pulls to 8,000 and then tops off at 8150... i have a black magic single pipe and stock can on it.

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Thanks I was thinking of buying the red white secondary spring and the 57-50 helix along with one of the purple primary springs. Which brings up another question there are two purple spring part numbers both have the same specs on pressure what is the difference brown's leisure world has one of them label as long/comet what does that mean? The part numbers are 0646-155 and 0646-154. The 0646-154 is the "long" one.

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Just as it says. The "long comet" one IS for a Comet clutch, the 0646-155 is for a CAT clutch. Either 6 or 9 tower.

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