Ebs machines run the 2 roller team secondary, the non ebs still use the button style Polaris. Pull your clutch cover off and you will know right away by looking at it. What are you trying to figure out about it?
just read alot that the team secondary is quite a bit better has the removable helix and is adjustable (different spring slots) so was going to order one when i order a clutch kit trying to get as much grab as possible, on another note from what ive seen your a qsc distributor .....on another forum someone said speedwerx clutch kits are the same as QSC is that true? or did they meat to write HSP????
Speedwerx stemmed from HSP when they went to racing cats instead of Polaris. They are still the same company, HSP is still their Polaris line, but they are really devoted to cat. QSC is a totally separate company, entirely unrelated. The only adjustment on the team roller is changing the sporting or helix. They use ac compression spring. The Polaris button style uses a torsion spring with several holes for adjustment. They both have removable helixs. The info you saw elsewhere is incorrect.
ok thnx for the info i thought it was wrong .....i thought only the team sec. had the removable helix guess i was wrong what all comes in a kit for my quad with the qsc kit from what ive read most people preffer it over other clutch kits is it just a kit for the primary or does it have sec spring and helix and could u give me an estimated price i have 27" zillas and mostly ride trails with some deep sticky mud
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