p51mstg 520 Posted March 1, 2022 Share Posted March 1, 2022 Here's a general snowmobiling question from my more formative years... Back in the day, Polaris designed their own clutches (steel ones at first) that were so good that they set a standard to judge basically every other clutch. There were engines and sleds that could compete, but clutching made a difference that few could compensate for. That is, except for the Comet Duster. It looked good and it worked good. What I don't remember about those days is something that we take for granted now, and therein lies my query: Could a person "tune" those old clutches, specifically the Duster? Was that actually tunable with weights and springs like we think of tuning a clutch today? Were they rebuildable? Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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