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EPI Low Elevation Sand Dune Clutch Kit for Paddle Tires - Polaris ACE 570 Non EBS

Polaris ACE 570 Non EBS EPI Low Elev Sand Dune Clutch (Paddle Tires)

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Item #: 91-13389
Brand: EPI Performance Parts
Optional Clutch Compression Tool:
Optional Clutch Puller:
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Product Description

Check out the Polaris ACE 570 Non EBS Elevation Sand Dune Clutch Kit from EPI Performance Parts! This bad boy is tailor-made for those sand dune trips, especially if you're riding at elevations up to 3,000 feet. It's all about giving your side by side that extra power it needs when you switch to paddle tires. You'll notice better power and torque, quicker response when you hit the throttle, and less slipping and overheating in the clutch. Upgrade your ACE 570 today with this clutch kit from Side By Side Stuff and get ready to tear up those dunes like never before!


  • 2018 Polaris ACE 570 EPS
  • 2017 Polaris ACE 570 -
  • 2017 Polaris ACE 570 SP
  • 2016 Polaris ACE 570 -
  • 2015 Polaris Sportsman ACE 570 -


  • Designed for paddle tires and 0-3,000 feet elevation
  • Designed and tested specifically for sand dune applications
  • Helps restore power loss due to addition of paddle tires
  • Helps hold peak power RPM when dune riding and climbing hills
  • Better low end power and torque
  • Quicker backshift which results in crisp throttle response
  • Reduces belt slip and clutch heat

Important Info

  • Additional tools required: Clutch compression tool 91-10051/CCT510 and clutch puller 91-10446/PCP-12
  • Clutch kit components may vary from photo

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