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RICK in CA
Put 1200 miles on the stock one and thought id play it safe and change out the belt. Read mixed reviews bit many good ones so I gave it a try. Blew up after 200 or so miles ... had the old belt .. put it on and finished the 100 mile + ride back to camp. Stick with OEMRead All Reviews
JASON in AZ
Not impressed. I have smoked 3 of these in the dunes. Amazingly, the OEM that came with my RZR that I carry as a backup has saved my hide each time. It has almost 2K on it. Back to OEM for me. No savings if you have to keep replacing them.Read All Reviews
Sean in OR
I had 2 of these; the first grenaded and the 2nd glazed after ~200 miles following a "better" break-in process. Sand is hard on belts. Here's what I have learned: Wash your belt with hot, soapy water, rinse, and let dry thoroughly. Blow out the clutch area with air. Clean both clutch sheaves with brake cleaner but keep it off the rollers. Break it in easy for the first tank of fuel. 1 hr at 1/2 throttle or less, then ease up to no more than a few seconds at full throttle if necessary. I have grenaded 3 belts. My dealer told me why: all 3 times were after I had been playing on hillclimbs where it backshifted and slipped a lot. Then I went for top speed runs. Lots of belt heat followed by high RPM = big bang & lots of belt chunks and cords wrapped around everything. I have had better luck with the Gates Carbon-series though.Read All Reviews