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    Member Bullelkklr's Avatar
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    Default Ski-doo Clutch

    TRA style clutch. It is creeping forward while at an idle.

    I have never worked on clutches....I did align it after blowing a belt at fast speeds. I will make sure that is not the issue first....

    Other than alignment, where to start troubleshooting it? It also makes a bit of a whine while at idle if it is not moving.

    It doesn't do this 100% of the time - but probably 90%.

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    Your belt deflection is off.

    I'm not familiar with ski-doo clutches but belt deflection is your problem and this alone should lead you in the right direction.

    On my arctic cat adjusting the belt deflection is super easy. Should be fairly simple with your ski-doo as well just google it and or YouTube!

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    Yep, your belt is too tight. Not sure which driven clutch you have, but the older Skidoo's had allen head adjustment screws on the driven (rear) clutch. Adjust them so your belt is just a little looser.
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