Premium TAV kit. Comes with Blue cover, correct hardware and instructions.
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Works on Briggs, Tecumseh, Honda, Subaru/Robin, Predator etc.. engines 3hp - 7hp with 3/4" crank shaft.
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. 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)
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Get the most of any engine with this TC. Excellent product.
This 30 series has done wonders over the jackshaft set up that was on my ct200u-ex 212cc. Very well machined plate, nice thick durable cover with good mounting hardware, and very well made pulleys. Only complaint with this was I had to add spacers to the driver pulley to get correct line up (make sure you check after install).
Makes kids happy!!!
Easy to install, but I do recommend watching a few videos on installation 1st. I believe my CT200U is newer than most being that the Jackshaft plate bolts in the kit were standard thread, where I needed metric for my casing. There's always modifications when going after-market... However, I can not say how much difference there was because I bought this used missing entire Jacks haft assembly, so I could not ride. However that said, this torque converter kit has made this thing a beast. It will now do small wheelies w/ my 220lb butt on it.... And that's from just juicing throttle, even already rolling. My son even looped it on his 1st ride, scared the poop out of him, but he was back on it the next day doing Awesome.
Bought this for my drift trike that had a centrifugal clutch. Needed more low end grunt for the 180 pounders to ride it. The Torq-a-verter made all the difference. No more smoking clutch and the wheels break loose just like you want them to. Lots more fun. It was a bit difficult to install because the engine is behind the axle. Needed to add a jackshaft to re-direct the chain.
Installed on colman ck100 gokart predator 212, reworked frame and raised engine 5 inches. 8yr old son pulls wheelies. Great upgrade.
This type of system is a game changer for small engine toys (minibikes, go karts). It’s much smoother, quieter, and faster than a stock centrifugal clutch + jack shaft setup.
This system is well done. Everything fits nicely.
One small tip, the driven pulley (back one) is set to spring preload #2 (center hole). Indexing the cool spring one hole clockwise (looking at outer cam plate) moves you to preload #1. That allows the system to advance to overdrive (higher speed) much sooner. Try that for flat ground applications. Go the other way, counter clockwise to hole #3 for maximum torque (steep hills).
When taking the system apart to reindex the spring, don’t trust all of the YouTube videos on the process. Many tell you to twist the cam plate 180 degrees after initial dry fit, before fastening everything down. That’s too much rotation and will not work. The actual rotation is more like 120 degrees.
Really made the predator 212 come alive!! It pulls the front tires off the ground on pavement at a dead stop!!