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X2 on what dezz said.
The only one currently out there is over 2k iirc and doesn't stand up to any abuse from what I can tell.
Even if it was reliable, it wouldn't be as reliable as the stock design, because the sheave opens up far enough that it won't grab the belt. So when you take off the sheaves close and grab the belt, they are designed to slip, but Yamahas is designed with constant tension since the wet clutch slips instead of the belt.
Until there's a better wcd out there, id stay away. Wet clutches last a looooong time.
'13 camo 550-SOLD
'15 700 SE-
-27"bearclaw HTR's/STI beadlocks
-2" snorkels/EHS fuel cont./extended. batt. cables/exh. tip OR barkers
-Switch panel/voltmeter/temp gauge/20"light bar/eagle eye rear lights/led TL panel w/ flash module
-2x pelican 1200/2x pelican 1400 cases
-viper max 3500#/1/4" amsteel blue rope
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