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quote:Originally posted by rich_kildow

I agree with Ken, they are tough to beat and the repower is pretty straight forward.


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id="quote">Might be somewhat straight forward for a Soveriegn application, but doing it for a Sunstar may be a whole nuther can o worms...For the Sunstar you would need a Sunstar double pulley clutch for a 1" shaft like the predator has, or you would need an adaptor to go from the 1" shaft to a 1 1/* inch shaft to utilize an existing Sunstar clutch.The driveshaft on a Sunstar is also completely different than a Soveriegn. On a Sunstar it is a 4 bolt ring that is hooked directly to the u joint. That bolts directly to the flywheel. Dont think there would be room for any sort of adaptor.The other REAL problem is that the Predator doesnt have the charging system to power an electric clutch setup.The last 2 issues kinda kill the predators for a Sunstar application..., otherwise I would have one in my Sunstar right now;)

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