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Well I can;t get the sled to rev, I would like to see how it does with no belt, is this OK to do? I read about others doing it. How how should it rev and do I just let it rev as high as it will? How high should a zrt800 (992) rev?
 

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You should never ever run a sled with out the belt, it needs that drag of the track to bring down RPM's and your motor was designed for that purpose only. The clutches will slam together also with out the cushion of the belt and cause possible cracking and from there flying shrapnel. You will also be over reving your motor extremely with out this drag effect of the rotating track, not a good idea.
 

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You should never ever run a sled with out the belt, it needs that drag of the track to bring down RPM's and your motor was designed for that purpose only. The clutches will slam together also with out the cushion of the belt and cause possible cracking and from there flying shrapnel. You will also be over reving your motor extremely with out this drag effect of the rotating track, not a good idea.[/b]
Over the summer, I decided to start up my machine. I accidentally over revved it and the machine stalled. When I tried starting it again, it seemed like it was stuck on gear. It wanted to move right away. Stupid me, I decided to take the belt off and try running it again. I got it running for a few minutes and then decided to put the belt back in. When I tried, it seemed the drive clutch were closer together than before. What can I do to fix it? Thanks.
 

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Over the summer, I decided to start up my machine. I accidentally over revved it and the machine stalled. When I tried starting it again, it seemed like it was stuck on gear. It wanted to move right away. Stupid me, I decided to take the belt off and try running it again. I got it running for a few minutes and then decided to put the belt back in. When I tried, it seemed the drive clutch were closer together than before. What can I do to fix it? Thanks.[/b]

Take it apart and try to free it up. You might have a rubber piece in there. or some corrosion.
 
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