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post #1 of 9 Old June 30th, 2018, 06:48 PM Thread Starter
 
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Clutch questions after rebuild

I just finished putting her back together and this is what is going on with the clutch. It has a clutch kit in it. I don’t know what components were used. I bought this with a blown motor and just rebuilt it. In gear off the ground everything is spinning then if I hold the brakes and it’s in gear well you can see and hear. What is going on here. Thanks for your help.

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post #2 of 9 Old June 30th, 2018, 06:55 PM
 
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Either your clutches are out of alignment(shims behind secondary) or the bearing in the primary is bad.

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I am pretty sure after reading you posts and others that the bearing is seized. This rig was heavily mudded when I bought it and it was sat for almost a year during the rebuild process.

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Todd which bearing should I put in it! 1 way or 2 way? 2012 800s?

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Todd which bearing should I put in it! 1 way or 2 way? 2012 800s?
You will want the 2 way. Unless you plan to swap to a secondary with engine braking at a later date.

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Todd or Brian, I've got a 2011 800 I would like to have the engine braking on just like my 2014 RZR Xp 1000. What would be the best way to do this?
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Todd or Brian, I've got a 2011 800 I would like to have the engine braking on just like my 2014 RZR Xp 1000. What would be the best way to do this?
Pete, are we talking the best, or most cost effective? Lol! Cost effective, I would think would be to find an ebs secondary, new or used, and then put a 1 way bearing in the primary, seeing as you have the tools to tear the primary apart already. Other option would be new ebs primary and secondary. And lastly, most expensive, and what I really want for our 800 S, the Duraclutch system. Todd may have other options also.

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Todd or Brian, I've got a 2011 800 I would like to have the engine braking on just like my 2014 RZR Xp 1000. What would be the best way to do this?
Pete, are we talking the best, or most cost effective? Lol! Cost effective, I would think would be to find an ebs secondary, new or used, and then put a 1 way bearing in the primary, seeing as you have the tools to tear the primary apart already. Other option would be new ebs primary and secondary. And lastly, most expensive, and what I really want for our 800 S, the Duraclutch system. Todd may have other options also.
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