This center bushing on the General clutch is smaller in diameter than the RZR Turbo, so you need a different, smaller
clutch compression tool for the General. The smaller one is
$69.95 and the larger one is $79.95 from GBoost.
Use the clutch
compression tool to
control the spring
you loosen the top
of the RZR Turbo
clutch. Before you
start, use your
marker to label the
three sides (arrow)
so it goes back
together the same
There is no need to mark a General clutch. It has cast-in X
marks (arrows) that should line up when you assemble the
After the sheave faces are prepped with
the Scotch-Brite pad, there should be
no remaining rubber or discoloration
left. Use contact cleaner on a clean
rag to clean any residue off the sheave
The residual belt rubber on the face of the sheaves is a sign
that the clutching needed modifying. Use a Scotch-Brite pad,
working in and out (not around) to buff the sheave faces.
Look for marks and grooves in the faces.
If the clutch kit calls for new weights,
use an Allen wrench and a socket to
pull the bolts out of the weights. On our
General we needed to clean up the bolts
with Scotch-Brite before they would
slide back in smoothly.
The GBoost weights and the stock
weights are stamped with a weight number. Make sure that you install the correct weight for the kit you ordered. This
kit called for a 10-gram weight increase
for each weight.
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This is the clutch compression tool. Both clutches are assembled
with extreme-contained spring pressure, so you must use this tool
to avoid injury and damaging parts of the clutch. 8