STEP 10: Remove the cover to expose the primary
spring, then remove the spring.
STEP 11: The new EPI primary spring (orange) is much
longer than the original, so you will need help reinstalling
it unless you have superhuman hand strength. Have
someone thread the bolts in evenly while you squeeze the
cover back onto the clutch.
STEP 13: Here is the new EPI helix (left) compared to the
stock Polaris helix (right). They are quite a bit different.
STEP 9: Place the primary clutch on a flat, clean surface
and loosen the six bolts on the front cover evenly. If you do
them unevenly, you can damage the cover.
STEP 12: Set the primary aside and grab the secondary.
On the back side of the secondary clutch, you will find
four gold torx-head screws. Remove them and pull up on
the plate to remove the stock helix.
STEP 14: To compress the secondary clutch and remove
the spring, you will need EPI’s $89.95 clutch compression
tool (part number CCT510). Before you compress the
spring, mark the location of the rollers in relation to the
outside of the clutch. If you don’t reinstall it correctly, the
helix won’t line up. Compress the spring and remove the
retaining clip with circlip pliers.