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3 minutes ago, racinfarmer said:

80 grit = less slip.

I had no 80 grit and didn’t feel like going to town. I used some imitation scotch brite I use on dishes. Hit with some acetone to finish it off. Clutches were nasty. That reminds me, I need to go get more to use on dishes. 

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10 minutes ago, krom said:

I use red scotchbrite from the autobody supply, and follow it up with

acetone

Mine was the green. It’s not aggressive enough. I used a magic eraser I had laying around on the out sides and it got them decently clean. There is way more belt dust all over that sled than I thought. Gonna have to buy a power washer and give it hell this spring. My coolant bottle is black. 

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1 minute ago, mnstang said:

I have a whole box of the maroon scotchbrite pads, surprised one of the magic clutch tuners aren't selling these for a 4 mph level up 

The nsp helix I installed is going to be wild 

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42 minutes ago, Not greg b said:

Mine was the green. It’s not aggressive enough. I used a magic eraser I had laying around on the out sides and it got them decently clean. There is way more belt dust all over that sled than I thought. Gonna have to buy a power washer and give it hell this spring. My coolant bottle is black. 

I find that VLR cleaner and magic eraser pads do the best job cleaning for me, except the gray sleds.  91 octane and magic eraser pads cleaned those the best.

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17 minutes ago, racinfarmer said:

I find that VLR cleaner and magic eraser pads do the best job cleaning for me, except the gray sleds.  91 octane and magic eraser pads cleaned those the best.

I wish I had water in my shop. I may get a harbor freight parts washer to solve that problem but then I have to worry about it freezing 

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4 hours ago, Not greg b said:

They cleaned up pretty good. Could be better but I was too lazy. 

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Looks like a groove on the fixed sheave right where top of the belt sits when it stops shifting.  I hope I'm wrong.

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10 hours ago, Not greg b said:

This sled is gonna be pro stock 600 fast now. Better like seeing catalyst tail lights 

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Black marker covered the helix numbers?  Must be the super secret helix!  

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49 minutes ago, jonlafon1 said:

Black marker covered the helix numbers?  Must be the super secret helix!  

I know what it is.  For a simple $99 payment, you can as well! 

:roflcrying:

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2 minutes ago, Crnr2Crnr said:

I know what it is.  For a simple $99 payment, you can as well! 

:roflcrying:

Seems kind of steep?  I never paid anything for my insider information on the "racer gear set" from ZR6000RR .   Solved all the clutching issues! 

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2 hours ago, jonlafon1 said:

Black marker covered the helix numbers?  Must be the super secret helix!  

Polar bear secret. 48/44 will it snow to try it is the real question 

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