Compatible with: Can-Am - Polaris - Wildcat XX - Z1
In the cart notes section please let us know your RPM engagement target and select your Wheel Horsepower it will help us get the clutch set up for your car.
For a higher stall, we have clutch springs available. TAPP Primary Clutch Springs
TAPP Clutch Holding Tool
Other colors are available at request. (Aluminum, Purple, Gold, & Green)
Shipping includes insurance.
If you have a turbocharged UTV, this high-performance billet TAPP Clutch will dramatically improve the performance of your UTV. This clutch was designed for high torque, high horsepower turbocharged UTVs.
TAPP Clutch was extensively tested with high horsepower engines and the results were awesome. It can easily handle 150 to 500 plus horsepower. It grips the belt, runs cool, and delivers the power to the track. Its centralized mass and low inertia design allows for quicker throttle response creating predictable power.
The world's easiest clutch to tune! Riders can easily tune their TAPP clutch to match their riding style even while out on the trails. This includes flipping the ramps, adjusting the ramp angle, and adding weight screws. Calibration Guide
Benefits of Owning a TAPP Clutch
Performance - TAPP Clutch was designed for high torque, high horsepower turbocharged machines.
- Durability - High tech material can withstand extreme heat extending the life of the clutch
- Tuning - The easiest clutch in the world to tune. It can even be tuned on the trail.
- Compact Design - Allows for easy access in tight spaces.
- Longer Belt Life - Extensive venting and multi-angle curved sheaves for better belt grip and cooler running clutches.
- Reliability - More time riding and less time in the shop.
- Better Throttle Response - Centralized mass/low inertia design provides a quicker throttle response.
**Tapp Clutch Installation Instructions**
Flipping The Ramps
The TAPP primary clutch comes equipped with four ramps that can be flipped in opposing pairs. Flipping the ramps from position A to position B will raise engagement and pull down the RPM.
Adjusting The Ramp Angle
You can adjust the ramp angle by adjusting the clicker-style bolts. The higher the number, the higher the RPM. Adjustments made to the clickers must be done in opposing pairs to keep the clutch in balance. For example, One set of opposing pairs can be set to two while the other set of opposing pairs can be set to six.
Weight AdjustmentsYou can also adjust the RPM by adding or removing Allen weight screws and washers. Reducing weight will increase RPM and adding weight will decrease RPM. Weight must be added in opposing pairs to keep the clutch balanced.