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Suzuki King Quad 450 problem

I have a 07 king quad 450 with 3200 miles on it when i start out from a dead stop it makes a screeching noise. Almost sounds like the brakes are staying locked but they arent. Ive also lost alot of low end grunt from when it was new. I pulled the cover off and checked the belt and it looks like new, could it be the clutch? Thanks.

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sounds like maybe your cvt primary and secondary are worn and the belt is slipping. the belt could be worn also though. you maybe be able to just refinish the clutch surfaces and it might work fine unless it worn down the belt so it has less friction
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Are clutches expensive and hard to change?

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I don't think clutches are cheap, but have you tried cleaning them? We do it on our snowmobiles. It helps the belts grip better so they don't slip. I think you use a scotchbrite pad with dawn dish soap.

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No i havent, I guess that will be a winter project, take the clutches out and look them over. Thanks for the advice.

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