I don't really know anything about sleds, but that should be the CVT under there. They mention a pneumatic lock-up clutch that let's them get RPM up for launch, and that should be what you're seeing sticking out in the front. I could be wrong. With so much power, there may be no CVT anymore.
Last Edit: Jun 14, 2022 18:05:15 GMT -5 by 90GTVert
Brent My two-stroke doesn't burn much oil. Most of the smoke that trails behind is actually the crushed and incinerated hopes and dreams of four-stroke enthusiasts.
That's a wicked H2. Still running the stock crank as well. If the single cylinder test mule is making 66hp, can you imagine what the triple 1200 would make?
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Mrs Bud 10/06/22 you are not going to pull that engine apart and put lots of new bits in it, are you?