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I HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY A CVtech/STM COMBO FOR $800. ABOUT 100 MILES ON IT. IS THIS ANY GOOD? WORTH IT?
 

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That's a smoken deal if "BIG IF" there is nothing wrong with it. Is it off of a Maverick?
 

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yes, it is off a maverick. fellow selling owes money on it and has run into financial issues.
 

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I think that set up is 1250 new

qsc/stm is 1350
 

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I think that set up is 1250 new

qsc/stm is 1350
Who quoted you that price for the QSC/STM? I just paid $1525 for mine……Unless that doesn't include the helix, spring and primary spring and weights…..
 

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Who quoted you that price for the QSC/STM? I just paid $1525 for mine……Unless that doesn't include the helix, spring and primary spring and weights…..
shipping was 50 so 1400 , not sure what the 125 was for

did u get a belt to
 

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shipping was 50 so 1400 , not sure what the 125 was for

did u get a belt to
nope no belt…I just looked at my invoice and the QSC is $875 for the new ones with a billet inner (fixed) sheave and the STM Gen II secondary is $575 plus $50 for shipping. How long ago did you get yours?
 

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I paid $1520 for QSC/STM with can am clutch puller. Bought from Adam at QSC. Just got it yesterday:in love:
 

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Is this set up as good as the QSC/STM?
 

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nope no belt…I just looked at my invoice and the QSC is $875 for the new ones with a billet inner (fixed) sheave and the STM Gen II secondary is $575 plus $50 for shipping. How long ago did you get yours?
I was quoted this a few months ago on FB , but im still running the stock clutches for now !
 

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To th OP. I have this clutch combo. For that price it's a smokin deal. As far as performance, tuned right you will see a noticable gain.
 

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Had an Airdam CvTech and STM secondary. Only disadvantages I would say that it has vs QSC or STM is that is rattles a fair bit at idle and a little trickier to tune. Mine worked excellent though so no complaints. At that price I would jump on it. I sold my combo with 800 miles on it for $1200.
 

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Not really tricky to tune a CVTech. Just weightes and a spring. The only tricky part is knowing what weights and spring to use.
 
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