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has anyone use this ? have one on mine and saw some forums about its not a good thing cause it puts to mutch stress on the one side of the cylinder or head causing a engine failure the topic was talkng about some dirt bikes has a frame mounted attachment to the head witch caused it to break worp not shure what they said. give me some thoughts cause i'll rip this thing of quick!!!
 

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Hi MILLENNIUM MAN,


torque rods transmits also bad vibration on frame and on engine.These vibrations can break your frame and your engine(stator,stud) and the quality of ride will be poor(vibration).Torque rod are used only in race where durability is not an issue!! Personnally,i prefer to adjust ski-doo toque stop(2001 yellow plastic) to have just finger torque pressure on engine plate and check it regulary!

It's my opinion and experience after 35 years of snowmobiles! Take care! Z36Qc
 

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Originally posted by idooski@Nov 4 2002, 08:44 PM
We have one we are bolting to the starter holes on the 800. I don't like the idea of bolting to the top of the engine for ANY reason. Ours is pulling against 3 bolts on the case in front below the cylinders.
were can i see or read or get them??
 
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