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600 rush clutching...

Discussion in 'Rush/Switchback' started by SledbuilderJD, Nov 23, 2019.

  1. SledbuilderJD

    SledbuilderJD New Member

    Messages:
    24
    Location:
    PA
    Country:
    Canada
    Years Snowmobiling:
    35
    Snowmobile:
    2015 axys,2011 rush retro 2010 Rush
    Hey guys I have searched a bit , but haven't found to many threads for rush/axys 600's
    I am playing around with a tss-04 64-42-.36 140-220 in the back and a few different setups in the front 10-60 ,10-62 and some heal clickers and its geared to 1.9...
    my son is about 150 lbs. motor has 2.5 degrees of timing ...
    I am looking for ideas and opinions
    ... ( I know just buy him an 800...LOL)
     
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  3. brian franc

    brian franc New Member

    Messages:
    3
    Location:
    prince albert, sk
    Country:
    Canada
    Years Snowmobiling:
    50
    Snowmobile:
    polaris iqr600
    Pulling 64 degrees out of the hole you have two choices....lighter weights, or more engagement. I prefer the 58-42-.36(stock rmk) with 160-260 spring, for much quicker backshift/downshift, up front 62g with a 150-310 spring, or 64g with 165-310 spring, 8250 rpm.
     
  4. SledbuilderJD

    SledbuilderJD New Member

    Messages:
    24
    Location:
    PA
    Country:
    Canada
    Years Snowmobiling:
    35
    Snowmobile:
    2015 axys,2011 rush retro 2010 Rush
    thanks man ... i put a 58-42 .36 in with the 140-220...ended up with the teem lt green 150-340 and heal clickers 58.5 tip light all the weight in the heal and mid... once we get some real snow i will test ... made a few pulls in the grass seems ok, 8100 and creeping up.... we will see how it drives
     

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