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Posted by KRAVEN
on Thursday, February 05, 2009 12:21 PM
I have a 2007 Dragon 700. Checked alignment with both the SLP offset tool and the GENUINE POLARIS gold plated $60.00 tool (with approx .075"angle offset built in to compensate for engine torque movement) IT WAS SO FAR OFF!!
I had a .180 larger gap at the rear of the secondary compared to the front. !!!!!!
I removed the engine and had to slot the two (2) engine bracket holes approx .375" to get the alignment perfect.
I know that sounds like a lot of work, but I checked with SLP and they said they run into that from time to time on all brands of sleds
With the lightweight secondaryTSS-04 that is on our sleds, SLP recommends .100" at the front and I believe 120" to 140" at the rear. (100" to 120" at the rear if you're using the SLP push arm) Their offset tool is actually made for a TEAM non-lightweight secondary TSS-98 which is slightly wider than the TEAM TSS-04 LIGHTWEIGHT
2007 DRAGON 700, PC III, V-FORCE, SLP air horn, flo-rites, SLP push limiter, engine bracket slotted to align clutches, 96 Studs. 3700+ miles
2002 EDGE-X 800, 2001 EDGE-X 600, 1999 XCR 800, 1998 XC 700, 1996 STORM 800, 1993 STORM 750