Alba CVT Belt Cooling System for Polaris RZR 1000 and Other Models



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Heat destroys your UTV's CVT belt because it is made from rubber. The hotter it gets the weaker it gets. Keep your belt cooler with the Alba CVT belt cooling system. Alba's system allows your belt to warm up to operating temperature before automatically starting when needed at 140 degrees F. With this kit you get a belt temperature controller in the gauge that controls a blower fan. The controller will turn the fan on and off at 140 degrees. 


-Belt temperature controller that turns the fan on and off when needed

-Gauge face matches OEM gauge look (blue or white back light available)

-Belt temp gauge 


System Components include:

-Heavy duty 240 cfm fan and adapters


-Wiring and connectors 

-Belt temp gauge 

-Instructions click here


Read below for more information:

Alba developed this kit from their desert, dune, and racing experience. When you see your belt getting hot you need to let it cool. With this gauge you will learn what is creating the heat and how to combat it. Dune riding, rock crawling and high speed runs create heat. The kit adds a blower to your CVT clutch to keep air flowing through your clutch housing to keep it cool. This fan is controlled by a fan controller in the temperature gauge. Belts are expensive and no one likes changing a belt during an event or ride. Alba's system help your belt last longer. The gauges are made in the USA and sealed front to back inside a carbon composite case. Alba uses a high torque electric motor in their gauges to keep the needle planted and not bouncing around. The fan is a big 240cfm blower fan that is included in the kit. The controller turns the blower on at 140 degrees. When the blower is running you will be able to see your belt temperatures go down on the gauge. 

Belt life chart:

A belt life chart is pictured from Gates. Gates it probably the largest supplier of the worlds CVT belts. This chart shows how a belt life is directly affected by ambient air temperature in the belt housing. This is what we are measuring to turn the fan on and off.

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