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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 10-06-2008, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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sport clutch vs race clutch

well I have a feeling I'm going to be dissapointed in the rhino with the new cage work. It has a cdi kandn intake, and two brothers dual exhaust, the space is very limited with the beard super seats there's inches between the stock clutch cover and the seat... I know the mason rhinos cut the side of the seat out and part of the seat skeleton to get the dry clutch to fit but that seems seems scketchy... Is 1250 sport clutch on rigids site comparable to the 1450 race clutch will the sport clutch be a noticable difference or should I try to stuff the race clutch in there?
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Yes the sport clutch will be a major difference, and a little quieter than the race version also.



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well I have a feeling I'm going to be dissapointed in the rhino with the new cage work. It has a cdi kandn intake, and two brothers dual exhaust, the space is very limited with the beard super seats there's inches between the stock clutch cover and the seat... I know the mason rhinos cut the side of the seat out and part of the seat skeleton to get the dry clutch to fit but that seems seems scketchy... Is 1250 sport clutch on rigids site comparable to the 1450 race clutch will the sport clutch be a noticable difference or should I try to stuff the race clutch in there?
are you going to do any internal motor work?

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No I'd prefer to keep it to bolt ons... Now you guys say the sport clutch is alot better than the stock now how bigs the differance between the sport and the race? I mainly want more get up and go and response I'm not looking to be amazed cause it's just a rhino but I hear the clutch is the best upgrade and keep it covered an open clutch on a prerun based rhino scares me... It may look like a race rhino but will be used more for chasing and prerunning
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All i know is that the PDM race clutch is LOUD.. you need head sets or ear muffs to ride in it.
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No I'd prefer to keep it to bolt ons... Now you guys say the sport clutch is alot better than the stock now how bigs the differance between the sport and the race? I mainly want more get up and go and response I'm not looking to be amazed cause it's just a rhino but I hear the clutch is the best upgrade and keep it covered an open clutch on a prerun based rhino scares me... It may look like a race rhino but will be used more for chasing and prerunning
theres no need to get the race clutch then, its designed for bigger hp motors. the sport clutch is the way to go imo.

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the rhino will have headsets... Anyone got input on the sport clutch?will I be pleased? Huge sufferance from just a shiv? I see alot of people spending money on exhaust and all that (which I have but got for dirt cheap) but I hear the clutch is the biggest upgrade I just wanna make sure if I buy the sport clutch it'll be worth the 1250
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i have the bronco dry clutch on mine and im very happy with it. i hear performance wise the bronco and pdm clutch are about the same. however since you do not plan on getting into the motor at all, i say save your money and get a modified sheave, dollar for dollar its the best mod you can do imo.

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I'm interested in the sport clutch from rigid due to the fact that it still fits Under the cover
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post #10 of 37 (permalink) Old 10-06-2008, 01:18 PM
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I have been thru all the clutch B.S.
I had the pdm sport and blew thru belts like crazy, traded for a race clutch, it was better at not going thru belts, but was like a jar full of marbels. very loud. I have seen several cars with the bronco and they seem to have alot less problems. IMHO though, with just bolt-on's, a modded sheave is the way to go.

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