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    S/C Clutch??

    i want to know what funtion s/c clutch at seadoo 4tec engine??? what happen if i lock that???


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    Quote Originally Posted by abie_lah View Post
    i want to know what funtion s/c clutch at seadoo 4tec engine??? what happen if i lock that???
    U will snap your shaft bro. There has to be a weak spot somewhere and the clutch washers are that spot. They are designed to take the abrupt shock of coming unhooked etc.

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    which time that clutch slip?? boost can up if i lock that ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by abie_lah View Post
    which time that clutch slip?? boost can up if i lock that ???
    From reading your sig it sounds like your dont have a light budget. Why not just upgrade to the Rotax Hydraulic system. I heard its foolproof.

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    i don care about budget,, only want know to rnd,,, rotax hydraulic system??? first time ii heard this,, can explain??

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    Quote Originally Posted by abie_lah View Post
    i don care about budget,, only want know to rnd,,, rotax hydraulic system??? first time ii heard this,, can explain??


    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=549

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    tq for ur info,,, but thats hydraulic system can up a boost???

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    you CANNOT up your boost by tightening or locking the shaft....if your looking for more boost you will have to upgrade your current wheel to a bigger one..
    Last edited by Snoman; 10-21-2010 at 03:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    From reading your sig it sounds like your dont have a light budget. Why not just upgrade to the Rotax Hydraulic system. I heard its foolproof.
    Can you explain what this is not sure I understand. Just curious... Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glade Rider View Post
    Can you explain what this is not sure I understand. Just curious... Thanks
    he's talking about this clutch system
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=549

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