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If you want consistently cooler belt temperatures over a broad range then our CVT "Blaster" for the RZR Turbo models is worth a look. Our kits are configured to cover all turbo models based on cover design and year. These include 2016-2018 RZR Turbo, 2019 Turbo, and Turbo "S" and the new ProXP.

Key Features....
1.Introduces an increased volume of high velocity cooling air into the CVT drive system
Our kit is not just something you put in line with the stock system. We prefer to allow the stock system do what it was designed to do and add an extra volume of cooling air via our high velocity fan assembly. Mounting the fan assembly directly to the cover keeps velocity high and in no way impedes the stock system. Many times we will refer to our kit as a void killer. The stock system is engine rpm dependent and at consistent rpm the stock system is adequate. However in many trail conditions rpm is not consistent. Introducing an independent high velocity volume of cooling air helps eliminate the voids in the stock system.

2. Overall cooler belt temps
With an increase volume of independent cooling air being introduced you will achieve much cooler belt temperatures whether you're flogging while rock crawling or ripping through your favorite dunes.

3. Quicker belt temperature recovery
Yes, belt temps do vary. After taking on that crazy hill climb or shredding that massive dune you may encounter tempature rise. Our kits allow for much quicker temp recovery keeping them in check and returning them to an acceptable level rapidly.

4. Pre filtration
Our full CVT "Blaster" kit comes ducted and pre filtered with our exclusive synthetic blend media filter. It is fully compatible with cleaning and can be simply washed out and reused. If you run in crazy wet conditions we offer a nylon wrap to help repel water.
Of course mounting a filter is not for everyone, so we offer an Under Cowl kit that mounts the duct adapter under the existing (stock) cowl covers that utilize the nylon material for pre filtration.

5. Warranty
We offer a full manufactures warranty on all of the components that we produce in house, as well as a six month warranty on the fan (due to manufacturing being out of our control). We strive to give the best customer service we can and maintain stock on all of the components found in our kits.

If you need more information about our CVT "Blaster" kits, Please do not hesitate to contact us, or throw something up on the post and we will attempt to answer any questions you might have.

Blaster Components

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Under Cowl installed
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Here is the link to the Blasters on our store
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Not trying to be a smart-azz here, I am legitimately interested in your product.

Do you have any real life testing results you can share with us? Such as before and after temps in real world riding conditions.

How much current does the fan draw?

Does it get connected to the ignition and run
automatically, or is there a toggle switch?

How loud is the fan?

Does the fan run one speed, or is it variable?

What is the life expectancy of the fan?

Is the fan sealed so that it survives being submerged?
 

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Thank you for your interest........ Yes we did our own testing as well as working with racers in the most brutal conditions with excellent results. That being said this is not a band-aid for bad clutching, worn components, or lack of service. The fan is a brushless 9,000 rpm, 9 bladed high velocity unit that is IP65 rated for dust and water. When mounted to the cover and duct assembly it is sealed well. We recommend that it be run on a dedicated circuit with a switch protected with a 5amp fuse. Running it manually allows for initial warm up, and allows for extended run time when you stop to remove excess heat soak from the drive components. The fan is powerful and sounds a bit like a small turbine which you can hear when the engine is not running. Because of its placement on the cover under the bed you really won't hear it when your running down the trail. No it is not a variable speed unit. As for the fan, they have proven to be pretty dependable, this is not to say that we have seen a couple of failures, but as outlined in our original post above we offer a full manufactures warranty on all of the components we produce in house, and offer a 6 month warranty on the fan since we do not control the manufacturing. We keep all replacement parts including the fans in stock.
Let us know if you have any other questions.
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Hey, K&M just wanted to mention that we have installation videos on our site (Desertcraft.us). We actually started cooling belts back with the introduction of the XP1000 in 2014 with our "Quick Draw" kit.
Have a great weekend!
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Thank you for your interest........ Yes we did our own testing as well as working with racers in the most brutal conditions with excellent results. That being said this is not a band-aid for bad clutching, worn components, or lack of service. The fan is a brushless 9,000 rpm, 9 bladed high velocity unit that is IP65 rated for dust and water. When mounted to the cover and duct assembly it is sealed well. We recommend that it be run on a dedicated circuit with a switch protected with a 5amp fuse. Running it manually allows for initial warm up, and allows for extended run time when you stop to remove excess heat soak from the drive components. The fan is powerful and sounds a bit like a small turbine which you can hear when the engine is not running. Because of its placement on the cover under the bed you really won't hear it when your running down the trail. No it is not a variable speed unit. As for the fan, they have proven to be pretty dependable, this is not to say that we have seen a couple of failures, but as outlined in our original post above we offer a full manufactures warranty on all of the components we produce in house, and offer a 6 month warranty on the fan since we do not control the manufacturing. We keep all replacement parts including the fans in stock.
Let us know if you have any other questions.
Regards,
Excellent response. I love the actual answers to my questions vs canned replies. I will definitely check out the install videos. Sounds like a solid product.
 
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