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cojack2010-08-09 12:40:24 +0000 #1
So can anyone give me an idea what i am in for.

Well the story goes a guy was over this weekend with a 650 AC and he could not for the life of him do a burn out, so i was laughing at him and he says"bet you can't" how much is the bet...he says"20 bucks" ummmm okay got the praire out let warm up and tried twice coun't do it... i'm in 4X4 lol.....try in 2 wheel and the smoke starts rolling from hind tires and i let of the front brake and shot out like a rocket for about 10 feet and the SNAP and there it lay...lifeless no gears.... I'm thinking the belt, it was bad, I just hope it is not the gear box? What do you all think. I just pulled with thee honda back to the garage. (sounded real bad and i have never broke a belt)
aandryiii2010-08-09 12:50:22 +0000 #2
open her up and check
IBBruin2010-08-09 12:48:09 +0000 #3
Hopefully a belt. Sometimes when they blow apart it can make lots of noise by your right ankle. Sounds like the worlds coming to an end. Slip the cvt cover off and take a look. It won't be hard to see if it's messed up.
cojack2010-08-09 13:43:04 +0000 #4
^^^^gonna do this when i get home just thought maybe someone could make me nervous with some bad news or something....(that way when i open it up and its a belt and no the gears i will be happy ) but the gears not good
cojack2010-08-09 13:37:06 +0000 #5
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Originally Posted by IBBruin

Hopefully a belt. Sometimes when they blow apart it can make lots of noise by your right ankle. Sounds like the worlds coming to an end. Slip the cvt cover off and take a look. It won't be hard to see if it's messed up.

Dang it though just put that pink primary in and thought ummmm i need a new belt and called godspeed and thought i would last but!

Question #2 ....would you slow down fast on a broken belt?
IBBruin2010-08-09 14:47:00 +0000 #6
In that case, hot braking like that can and most probably perforated your metric muffler bearings which I hear can be very expensive IF you can find someone that has any they want to sell. It's either that or you reversed the polarity of your canooter valve when the machine was still in 4WD and you were holding the front brake. I've heard if you put it in reverse and hold the rear brake in 4WD and try to do a burn out with the front wheels, it will swap the polarity back around and the canooter valve will realign with the universal joint like it's supposed to and everything'll be fine. Let us know what you find.
cojack2010-08-09 14:21:47 +0000 #7
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Originally Posted by IBBruin

In that case, hot braking like that can and most probably perforated your metric muffler bearings which I hear can be very expensive IF you can find someone that has any they want to sell. It's either that or you reversed the polarity of your canooter valve when the machine was still in 4WD and you were holding the front brake. I've heard if you put it in reverse and hold the rear brake in 4WD and try to do a burn out with the front wheels, it will swap the polarity back around and the canooter valve will realign with the universal joint like it's supposed to and everything'll be fine. Let us know what you find.

thought i was reading about something like this before! Good thing i'm mechanically inclined or i just might have to GOOGLE that...Really good one though (sorry Big D)
IBBruin2010-08-09 13:29:22 +0000 #8
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Originally Posted by cojack

Question #2 ....would you slow down fast on a broken belt?

If the belt or a piece of belt gets wedged behind the secondary pulley, yes it would slow down real fast or even lock up.
sookiesmacker2010-08-09 14:19:24 +0000 #9
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In that case, hot braking like that can and most probably perforated your metric muffler bearings which I hear can be very expensive IF you can find someone that has any they want to sell. It's either that or you reversed the polarity of your canooter valve when the machine was still in 4WD and you were holding the front brake. I've heard if you put it in reverse and hold the rear brake in 4WD and try to do a burn out with the front wheels, it will swap the polarity back around and the canooter valve will realign with the universal joint like it's supposed to and everything'll be fine. Let us know what you find.

Those canooter valves can be a *****. But, at least it's not as hard to change as the hypathic transducer. IMO.

IBBruin2010-08-09 14:34:18 +0000 #10
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Originally Posted by cojack

thought i was reading about something like this before! Good thing i'm mechanically inclined or i just might have to GOOGLE that...Really good one though (sorry Big D)

I was trying to make you nervous just like you asked. lol
cojack2010-08-09 16:12:34 +0000 #11


HP2018 - Dayco High Performance ATV Belt. Fits Kawasaki 02-03 Prairie 650

DAYCO HP (High Performance) ATV Belts...Manufactured from aramid reinforced polychloroprene rubber compound and p-aramid cord to ensure superior strength, long-lasting dimensional integrity and longer belt life

Replaces OEM #: 59011-1080

Length: 33.563"

Width: 1.125"

Okay, so would any of you use this belt as a replacement.

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