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    01' Polaris XCR 800 clutching

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    • Member since
      December 2014
    • From: NNY
    01' Polaris XCR 800 clutching
    Posted by r_crump on Wednesday, December 17, 2014 10:23 AM

    Good Morning folks,


    I am just getting back into snowmobiling after about being away from snow for 10 years. I recently bought a 2001 Polaris XCR 800. I have always been a Polaris guy and want to eat up the Typical F7's out there. Right now I am stock. I do not know what is the stock clutching/gearing this sled comes with. I used to have '91 RXL 650 that was setup with extreme hole shot engaging around 5100-5200. I am looking for a setup that would give me that type of hole shots in short drags. The sled has a Team Fast M-10 suspension. Track is 1 1/4" lug with 96 studs up the middle. The carbs slides were change to the black slides. Any info about information about this sled and setup of clutching is greatly appreciated.

    • Member since
      November 2012
    Posted by mutantboy699 on Thursday, December 18, 2014 1:47 AM

    Go to and look into the xcr subcategorie and you should find what your looking for.... Also the m-10 rides great but does not transfer weight for *** so any clutching you do goes out the snowflap... you can try sending Rogerbzxcr a pm on here and he can give some great info....

    • Member since
      March 2006
    Posted by polaris4life on Sunday, December 21, 2014 6:32 AM
    M10 is gonna kill performance
    • Member since
      July 2005
    • From: Upstate New York
    Posted by White Lightning on Thursday, February 12, 2015 11:37 AM

    With the M10 .. I agree with above post. See if you can find the original 121 extra-10 or opt to go with a 136 suspension with studs for traction. For short drag .. 22/40, 64g EPI red (or yellow) 52/36 with POO silver/blue. No need to have an high engagement like you did with the 650. RogerbzXCR can give you a bit of an informations if you needed to know more - WL


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