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ski doo 583 sputter

i have a 99 ski doo formula z 583 with rave i noticed that when riding when the sled reaches the 4000-4500rpm range there is a clicking or a sputtering that sounds like it is coming from either the engine or clutch... once u punch it more it goes right away. i just want to know if this is normal or do i have a big problem on my hands? thanks
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is it happening before or after clutch engagement. my guess is gonna be clutches need servicing.

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it happens after the clutch engages right around 10-15 mph
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may be in your seconday then definately seem like its in clutches tho and unfortunately its a pita to see if your getting wear on that clutch

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what would you recomend for the first steps to fix it
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i have a buddy service all my clutches lol. where u located ive got good clutches at the shop

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western mass prob take the secondary off and tear down to see if there is any wear .. if there is u have anyclue what would cause that noise
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thinking about it i think that is prob the rollers and weights but am not sure what do you think
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thats what im thinking is weights and rollers if you were closer id say you could try my primary and see if it goes away lol but my guess is atleast one roller has a flat spot

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take the belt off and rev it like your riding it when it makes the noise then it should narrow down if it the primary or secondary. see what im sayin?

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You never run the engine without the belt on
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I know but I do if I have clutch probablums to see if its operating correctly. I just watch ware I stand incase something lets go.

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just make sure you dont exceed a high amount of rpms
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Never, ever, under any circumstances run an engine with the belt off.
It's a safety issue!!

To see if the clutches are shifting out properly, do the "sharpie" test.
Remove belt, with a sharpie draw a straight line from the center of both clutches to the outer edge. Put the belt back on and run the sled under load.
Then you shut it down and remove the belt. You can then see where the marker line is rubbed off the clutches. If they are not shifting out there will be some line left and this will point to which one needs the service.

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alright i will give the sharpie test a try and see how things go thanks for the help
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Well Safty 3rd . I just do it to narrow down if its primary or secondary when there's noises. But I use the marker trick when I think its got a shifting probablum.

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