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just wondering if there is a better belt on the market than the bubble gum belts from skidoo for a600ho ren. they seem to get a little on the hot side when givven er alot.
 

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It is not the belt, it is your clutches.

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check out corp corner BRP just posted on gades eatin belts. (Not sure ur problem is the same tho)
 

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sueperdave said:
It is not the belt, it is your clutches.

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thanx sueperdave ,can u expande aweebit on my clutches they r stock the dealer has checked alignment i keepem clean we ride hilly trails alot huntsvilleOnt area alot with hard packed trails and pinnin it out of every corner,should a stock belt melt under these appl. thanx
 

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I have 600 miles on my Gade 600sdi X, The inside cover and even on the out side had lots of black dust...is this a sign the clutches are not aligned?

Is there an easy fix?
 

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Doo is known to overgear their sleds.
This can make them work harder, resulting in hot clutches.
A smaller top gear by one or two could illiminate the problem.
And give you more torque in the process.
Sometimes even a bit more top end
The easier the clutches works, the cooler they stay, the better they perform.
I'd try the change just for performance gains alone.
The gear and new chaincase oil is cheaper than another belt too.
Of course all of this means didly if your cluches are out of line.
But still try it, you might be suprised.
 
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