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I don't have a CVTech but to do this on a QSC you use a shim as well but it is 0.067" and raises the RPM's about 250 or so. So this sounds like it your shim is twice as thick and you see about twice the increase in engagement RPM….On the QSC, it didn't really have any effect on the rest of the shiftout. Hopefully you will see the same thing on the CVTech.
 

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I might go out for a ride tomorrow to see how it does. If not then I'm going to Glamis for sure next Saturday. That'll also be the first time I get to use my paddle tires! W00t w00t!
Still can't get over the difference in seasons…..mine is wrapping up and yours is just about to start :smile:
 

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Thanks for sharing that info heavy. It's kind to cool to hear that the QSC can use a shim to do the same thing. And also that it didn't affect the top end.
Yea, I think they all work with about the same. It is just how they go about applying the weight to the sheaves is different between the brands….how many miles are on the clutch? Just wanted to keep that in the back of my head for if/when mine starts acting the same way I can compare it to yours….
 

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Yeah, today was my first ride in four months. It was I think 88° for the high today, but at 9% humidity it felt like 80 according to the weather. But to me it actually felt like 72. Just absolutely perfect weather! And that's after four months straight of nothing but 100° plus!
Up here it was in the 90's a few weeks ago and now it is in the upper 30's at night! This weekend was beautiful….72' and sunny…..too bad my clutch is in the mail on the way back to QSC to have the one way swapped out with a 2 way bearing…..
 

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I ended up changing the springs on my snowmobiles every season because they would fatigue and start messing with the shifting……I assume these are subject to the same conditions. I will have to keep an eye on it.
 
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