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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-24-2009, 12:02 AM Thread Starter
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Unhappy newbie rhino romper..have some????s


Hello everyone, Im Mike in orange county, ca.
i just bought a repo 06 660 rhino that had a wasted belt and clutch sheeve had twisted weights and broken plastic weight outer sleeves...also liquid left for grease...so i bought a machined clutch sheeve from some dude in havasu off ebay(new) and duner billet weights...so i greased the hell out of everything..kinda heavy actually. i didnt change spring in clutch. replaced belt,new. and added a new coil for spark and new stage 3 cdi...granted it has a full cage and rear seat and 27"mudlights on 14"itp and on my street i max out at 40 wtf..help me ohh great rhino gurus...thnx

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HOW MANY MILES ARE ON IT,DID YOU CHECK THE CLUTCH PACKFOR BURNING AND WEAR COULD BE SLIPPING AND OVER REVING MAXING IT OUT,DOES IT SOUND HIGH IN RPMS OR LIKE ITS HHITTING THE REV LIMITER ,WHAT CDI,ALSO EVEN THOUGH YOU CHANGED THE WEIGHTS AND REPACKED THEM, ONE COULD HAVE FALLEN OUT OF PLACE DURING INSTALL CAUSING THE LOW SPEED CHECK THINGS OVER AGAIN. WWW.BAKERSFIELDRHINOINC.COM

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to much grease in the sheave is keeping the weights from rolling out.
you just need a spit of grease, that's it.

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Does it still have the stock CDI???
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Does it still have the stock CDI???
and added a new coil for spark and new stage 3 cdi...

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and added a new coil for spark and new stage 3 cdi...
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ok i will pull it apart again..i was certain to keep it compressed when reinstalling to keep weights in place.. it has alot of hours actually but runs great and starts right up. no burning or overreving really. are the outer sleaves on the new billet weights a neccesity? how important are they and do you think since im gonna pull it again and get degrease it to lightly coat the weights i should do yhe spring..i mostly dune...blue?or orange? thanks all

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ok i will pull it apart again..i was certain to keep it compressed when reinstalling to keep weights in place.. it has alot of hours actually but runs great and starts right up. no burning or overreving really. are the outer sleaves on the new billet weights a neccesity? how important are they and do you think since im gonna pull it again and get degrease it to lightly coat the weights i should do yhe spring..i mostly dune...blue?or orange? thanks all
Go with the orange spring, but that will be on the secondary side of the clutch and is just a little harder to remove then the primary side you are working on.
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Take it to the Pro Shop in Stanton, Ask for John. He will hook you up & answer all your questions. Those dudes know there shit & are cool as they come. You will more then likely see MAX POWERs there...
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