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Can someone please confirm the torx spec on the primary clutch, was told 70 or 75 lbs does any one agree. Thanks for your time.
 

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I try to get mine in that 65 -70 lb range. That is what my dealer told me. He says they don't need to be really tight as they are on a tapered shaft.
 

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If I remember the spec was updated to 90 and thats what I do. I also re-torque everytime clutch is off. Procedure documented as:

TRA V and TRA VII Torque Procedure for 2008 to 2011

Align governor cup arrow with sliding sheave and
fixed sheave marks.

Using a paper towel with pulley clean crankshaft tapered end and the taper inside the fixed sheave of the drive pulley,
crankshaft threads and retaining screw threads.

Install drive pulley on the crankshaft.
Install a new conical spring washer (P/N 250 200 006) with its concave side towards drive pulley.
Install drive pulley bolt.

Torque screw to 120 N•m (89 lbf•ft).

Raise and block the rear of the vehicle and support it with a mechanical stand.
Accelerate the vehicle at low speed (maximum 30 km/h (20 MPH)) and apply the brake, repeat 5 times.

Retorque screw to 120 N•m (89 lbf•ft).

After 10 hours of operation the transmission system of the vehicle must be inspected to ensure the retaining screw is properly
torqued.
 
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