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Old 08-18-2017, 10:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone tried running a ski-doo tra spring in an 1100 turbo cat clutch? Like the 2012 give or take. And is the stm spring spacer for $18 the part ill need for the tra spring to fit my cat primary clutch? Tra ski- doo springs have such a great variety of spring choices, and this is why i want to convert. Do I need the stm cover to complete My setup or can I run my stock cover? Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Pm works too
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Tra springs are Long. I have not used one, but I would think that you would need a different cover to run one.
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Tra springs are Long. I have not used one, but I would think that you would need a different cover to run one.
I do have the stm cover for the longer Tra springs.. Is that stm spacer all I need now for the Tra spring to fit my cat clutch? Or is that stm spacer just for the stm cover?
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Old 08-19-2017, 11:44 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I do have the stm cover for the longer Tra springs.. Is that stm spacer all I need now for the Tra spring to fit my cat clutch? Or is that stm spacer just for the stm cover?
That spacer is so you can run cat springs with a STM TRA cover as well . Its because the cat springs are much shorter than Doos .

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That spacer is so you can run cat springs with a STM TRA cover as well . Its because the cat springs are much shorter than Doos .
This is what i was thinking as well. snap
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That spacer is so you can run cat springs with a STM TRA cover as well . Its because the cat springs are much shorter than Doos .
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