This is a quality after market reproduction of the Comet made TAV2 Torque converter kit. Designed to be used on Go-karts, Mini-bikes and Wake wrenches with engine sizes 3HP to 7HP with a 3/4" crankshaft. This is a must on live axle go-karts especially those with rear tires larger than 16" tall. A centrifugal clutch will not pull or hold up to these demands. For your convenience this kit comes with both sprockets, a #35 chain 12 tooth sprocket and the #41/40/420 chain with the #10 tooth sprocket. (This is not made by Comet)
The Juggernaut is everything the original 30 series drivers lacks under load. No longer do you have to sacrifice your engines power or rpm capabilities! With this new Super 30 Series Driver, you can take full advantage of a high HP high RPM small block engine (196/212/225) up to 15hp, the HP rating may vary due to the application.
The Super 30 Series Driver is compatible with ALL 3/4" bore 30 series Torque Converter kits. You can use the same belt, driven, and belt cover. This driver is recommended to be used with higher RPM engines, Stage 2 or higher. On a stock motor running at 3600 RPM you will NOT see any difference in performance and it may effect top end MPH. Running 4000+ RPM is where the Juggernaut shines.
**DO NOT RUN WITHOUT A BELT**
This is an asymmetrical type torque converter system which means the sheave faces are non-symmetrical. They have different angles. In this case, the movable sheave face is 18° while the stationary sheave face is 2 1/2° for a collective angle of 20 1/2°. Here are some reasons for selecting the asymmetrical concept: The Asymmetric concept operates on an in-line principal with the torque sensing cam in an outboard attitude. Only this system is designed to operate this way, thus providing the proper alignment for the final drive chain to be on the same side of the vehicle as the P.T.O. This offers some very significant advantages to mounting requirements in many cases. The asymmetric concept, having the 18° angle on one side requires less sheave face travel to lift the belt to larger, comparable pitch diameters of the symmetrical system. This makes it possible to force the belt to a diameter within the drive clutch (at high RPM) that exceeds the usual 1:1 ratio of standard systems. The TAV can actually attain an .90:1 or 10% overdrive.
- Replacement Bearings -# 6003
- We recommend you use an impact when installing these parts. Failure to do so may result in the torque converter coming apart and possible injury.
- Super 30 Series 3/4" Bore Juggernaut Driver
- 30 Series Driven 5/8" Bore
- 12T #35 Sprocket
- 10T #41/40/420 Sprocket
- 725 Drive Belt (Asymmetrical)
- Back Plate
- Torque Converter Cover
- Mounting Hardware
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Very very good I love it thank...
I wanna thank go powersports for they business and time and getting my packages to me on time thank yall very much god bless
I have one on my other bike. Works well no problems with install .
Best take off out there, No more laggin behind at the stop sign! Poppin wheelies now, in definite need of wheelie bar lol. We gettin there slowly but surely!
I love it.
Thank you it works very well. A bit annoying to get on but it works.
Super 30-75 Jugg-A-Verter
Super 30-75 Jugg-A-Verter
Super 30-75 Jugg-A-Verter
Went together easy, does what it describes, seems to wear the belt rather quickly.
I am extremely happy with the product and with the surprisingly fast shipping. My son used it in combination with a new Ghost engine on his Baja warrior and it is a little powerhouse thank you very much
Paid for 2 day shipping. They shipped it ground
My Jugg-A-Verter blew...
As the title says my Super 30-75 Jugg-A-Verter blew apart after only the 3rd ride with it installed. I didn't want to cut any corners and just buy the juggernaut So I spent the $300.00 and bought the whole unit so I wouldn't have to mess with anything just plug and play right...Wrong...first off there are no instructions that come with the unit so if you don't have access to internet your S.O.L. After installing the Jugg-a-verter and making sure that all the bolts and nuts that I installed were tight I went for my first ride. Everything went smoothly but I only rode it around the block. The next day I took it for a longer ride and everything felt fine. But the third ride is when it all fell apart. I took off like normal with the front wheel in the air and made it about 5 blocks and the bike made some funny noises and I started to hear a clunking sound coming from the unit. So I stopped and inspected everything and nothing looked out of place so I went to take off and nothing. I removed the cover to see if the chain had fallen off and I noticed a big nut sitting in the cover. After looking around I found the the rear drive had came apart and that big nut was holding it all together. the cotter key had came all the way out and who knows what else fell out before I got it stopped. The only thing holding the rear drive on was the belt. So now I have a worthless chunk of metal still on my mini that I cant do anything with because of the missing pieces...