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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-12-2008, 09:07 AM Thread Starter
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Disabling KEBC

Anyone know if it's possible to completely remove KEBC electric motor without causing problems? I was thinking of removing the motor & arm assy., seal the hole, & remove the fuse.
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what is kebc?
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dirtracer,

I just took the shaft out with fork and left the plate and motor to do its thing but with no shaft to turn it does nothing.

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But if I could get rid of it I would. I was told it may also disable 4wd by removing the fuse, but don't know about just disconnecting the plug to kebc.
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why are you guys wanting the disconnect?
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Two reasons. To use the Dalton over drive plate you have to and a lot of people simply don't like the severe braking action it does at slow speeds.



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some people like to roll when you let off the gas,not stop

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With my dalton clutch kit and overdrive palte I really can't tell much difference and I don't freewheel.



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I pulled the engine brake contoller motor off, plugged the hole, & pulled the fuse also. It did not effect operation of the 4wd like it does on the ATV's. I just figured that if it's not doing anything I don't need it.

With the weight reduction and Hunterworks decal I had to have gained some speed

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Mostly the decal!!



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