Is it hard to rebuild a sleds engine?
Posted 24 June 2012 - 05:25 PM
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Posted 10 July 2012 - 11:09 AM
A clutch puller is one of those tools. Slide it in, breaker bar to hold the clutch, and crank on the puller till the clutch pops free. With older sleds you can get away with using a bolt, newer sleds you'll likely need the puller to get the clutch off because there's so much force on that taper.
If you're doing a lot of clutch work there's some tools you'll need. Weights in the primary you can change without tools, a rebuild or respring in the primary requires some fixturing and tooling. Helix changes in the secondary are just a few bolts away, but change a spring and you'll need a press.
You may already have many of the tools if you do work on other small engines... gear puller, crows foot puller, air impact gun, fuel line disconnect tool, torque wrenches, a ball hone comes in handy, etc.
On fuel-injected engines, you'll need to adjust the throttle position sensor if you work on the throttle body. With my 900 it was just a fairly accurate 5V power supply and a multimeter that you needed.
Posted 03 September 2012 - 08:16 AM
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