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If you're removing your estart, why don't you leave the ring gear on there.
On some models, Skidoo is using the ring gear to act as a harmonic balancer to counteract some of the vibrations.

The 8 - 10 ounces you'll loose compare to you having a good dump.

I'd leave it there.

As far as answering your question, I would think not.
That weight is carried on the arms not the whole clutch so removing the ring gear shouldn't affect engagement RPM.

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I pulled mine after both the ring gear and bendix gear were chewed all to hell....

You wont have to add pin weight to compensate.

Trailblazer - The benefit of removing the gear is a little bit less rotational mass, which helps the motor spool upa little faster. If thats still not enough for you then by all means, take a dump before you ride lol!
 

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If you're removing your estart, why don't you leave the ring gear on there.
On some models, Skidoo is using the ring gear to act as a harmonic balancer to counteract some of the vibrations.

The 8 - 10 ounces you'll loose compare to you having a good dump.

I'd leave it there.

As far as answering your question, I would think not.
That weight is carried on the arms not the whole clutch so removing the ring gear shouldn't affect engagement RPM.

Jeff[/b]
Thanks for the tech tip trailblazer, ever hear of rotating mass, the next time your taking a dump read up on it, 8 to 10 ounces, not, ever lift a starter ring, took it off and gained quicker rpms.......... dont forget to wipe!!!
 
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