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    Polaris Coupler question

    I need some opinions on the pros and cons of solid and dampened couplers. I need a new one for my 95 750, it currently has a solid.
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    The couplers have a bit of weight difference, but I can't remember how much. The solid one is a fair amount lighter, and has less rotating mass on the engine. Thats why I chose them for my skis. Kinda like running a lightened flywheel. Allows the engine to spool up faster. The rubber one will absorb vibration where the solid will transfer vibration that you can feel.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    The rubber ones wear out also.

    Nova, what happened to your solid that it needs replaced?

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