03-27-2004, 10:34 PM
Can someone explain what the differences are between the PRS, DSA CK3 pipe and the CK3 chassis are?
I am trying to build a tool and the service manual refers to these as having different calibrations.
03-27-2004, 11:56 PM
What is the tool for that you're building? Clutch center to center distance? Something to do w/ the front or rear suspension? You'll have to be a bit more specific to help.
03-28-2004, 10:46 AM
I am trying to build a centre to centre tool that will suffice for these different chassis, but I haven't a clue what they are. I know a DSA is a direct shock action and my family sled a '97 Formula SL is one of those. In the shop manual it gives three different measurements according to these chassis so I was trying to figure out what they are.
Thanks for your help.
03-28-2004, 01:00 PM
DSA is a front suspension used on the f-chassis sleds and newer, the latter versions known as advanced DSA.. (s2000, ck3, zx)
PRS stands for progressive rate suspension, which is the style of front suspension on older Doo's with the shocks underneath the hood and has about 1.5 inches of travel....PRS is also referred to as a the chassis name for thesse sleds
CK3 is a platform that came out in 98 designed for triples...
i believe i read your sled is a 95 or 96 mach? therefore its an F-chassis, with DSA front suspension and a improved c-7 rear skid....clutch alignment tools can be bought from ski-doo or aftermarket outlets, such as royal distributing...and they are different by model.....you can also you use a piece of square steel stock for clutch alignment too....
hope this helps...