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post #16 of 73 (permalink) Old 11-23-2009, 04:39 PM
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I don't know about that one. The Bronco Clutch runs hot enough as it is. I had to run a fan on mine. With a cover on it, I think you will be seeing quite a bit of belt failure,IMO.

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Are you using the Boat blower fan ? Are you running in sand at all ?
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also running 25'' wheels with the same tire's you have .
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I run in all types of terrain. You name it, my Rhino has seen it. I moved my oil cooler to under my seat and use the stock cooling fan to keep it cool and at the same time blow cool air on my Dry Clutch. Then upgraded the fan on the radiator to a 800 cfm.

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don't have a problem with adding a blower fan seem pretty easy , where do you have the inlet to the cover and are you running the cvt fan with the blower at the same time ?
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I thought you where running a cover ? How Are you blowing air through the cover unless a hose is attached into the cover with a hole ?
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I thought you where running a cover ? How Are you blowing air through the cover unless a hose is attached into the cover with a hole ?
I never said anything about running a cover. I was asking you how you are running one and mentioned I think you will see belt failure if you run one. The Bronco Clutch runs way too hot to run a cover over IMO. I mentioned I colled mine down by running a fan like a few others do here on the forum.

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i Just read you first reply sorry i guess you are not running a cover , i heard about boat blower motor fan , they put out pretty good air flow , i much rather hear the fan then the marble's rolling around in the motor .
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what spring combo are you running ?
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Just saw you other message , i guess you are running 8 and an orange , I had a orange on my wet setup but chris switched the spring to a white before i put the Dry clutch on , he said that the orange was slipping and when all the way up to a white but it has a hard time getting up to top speed , i am wondering if going back to a softer spring will help with the belt shifting to a higher point . Don't know if that will make the belt run hotter with a little more belt slip .
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Just carry a few spare belts and you should be fine. I carry one and have yet to use it.

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Have never broke a belt yet so i am worried because this is my wife car . Don't think she would be able to change a belt by her self . I will try the blower to be safe . Thanks for the info . What are you running for top speed ?
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It would be tough for anyone to change with a cover over the CVT especially in the middle of no where.

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Hows your top speed ?
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mine has the stock spring and i think 3 or 4 weights per puck

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