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i have a turbo teryx and am thinking of putting my old teryx gear with brute bevels because i want to do lots of mudding but am not sure if the stock ones can hold up. I am also got a bb 840 kit with rods and low compression pistons so i dono if the teryx gears will stand up but i just cant get any low end power with ought smocking my clutch. Any suggestions guy's

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Don't be so greedy is my suggestion. :D
 

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i have a turbo teryx and am thinking of putting my old teryx gear with brute bevels because i want to do lots of mudding but am not sure if the stock ones can hold up. I am also got a bb 840 kit with rods and low compression pistons so i dono if the teryx gears will stand up but i just cant get any low end power with ought smocking my clutch. Any suggestions guy's

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The Teryx gears are the lowest
 

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are the teryx gears strong enough
 

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one day ill ride it, how was the rally. I got all the gears and was thinking of ripping it apart.
 

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It was sweeeeeet went ripping and then got rippppped lol. going out this weekend to.
 

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where u going
 

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I think he might be coming to babysit me at Cow lake (rocky mtn. house). :D Should be good to go I think, TwinC.
 

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I watched a teryx (know the guy that built it) with a gear reduction and factory diff gears with an 840 kit. He was in line to race at Mud Nats, launched and made it ten feet before shattering the rear diff. I have a modded 750 with gear reduction and its more than enough to move my 32s and 10inch lift with no problem... also has no belt slip and I can pull the front tires in the sand.
 

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I watched a teryx (know the guy that built it) with a gear reduction and factory diff gears with an 840 kit. He was in line to race at Mud Nats, launched and made it ten feet before shattering the rear diff. I have a modded 750 with gear reduction and its more than enough to move my 32s and 10inch lift with no problem... also has no belt slip and I can pull the front tires in the sand.
i have vforce gears right now and was wondering if the teryx gears would hold up if i switched back i have the set sitting in my garage just on the fence about putting them in right now i only have high gear no low and the high is vforce gears.
 

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i have vforce gears right now and was wondering if the teryx gears would hold up if i switched back i have the set sitting in my garage just on the fence about putting them in right now i only have high gear no low and the high is vforce gears.
If you are wanting to do a lot of mudding then you are going to need low. I am sure the teryx gears would hold up. But if you can go all vforce then I would. It all depends on what kind of mudding you are wanting to do also... i.e. size tires,lift and what kind of mudding.
 

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i have vforce gears right now and was wondering if the teryx gears would hold up if i switched back i have the set sitting in my garage just on the fence about putting them in right now i only have high gear no low and the high is vforce gears.
Keep the V-Force gears and just go with Turner cycle low gears. I'm the one that came up with how to build the kit,but he made them off my motor I sent him. IMO they are to low for what you have but the V-Force gears are a little high for what you want to do so it should all work out,and be strong!:good:
 

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Keep the V-Force gears and just go with Turner cycle low gears. I'm the one that came up with how to build the kit,but he made them off my motor I sent him. IMO they are to low for what you have but the V-Force gears are a little high for what you want to do so it should all work out,and be strong!:good:
If i did that how hard would it be to clutch and where can i buy this kit
 

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i have a turbo teryx and am thinking of putting my old teryx gear with brute bevels because i want to do lots of mudding but am not sure if the stock ones can hold up. I am also got a bb 840 kit with rods and low compression pistons so i dono if the teryx gears will stand up but i just cant get any low end power with ought smocking my clutch. Any suggestions guy's

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Have you done the clutch work already?
 
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