Most newer 800 models, and now many others of the late model Polaris snowmobiles use a Team TSS-04 (LWT) secondary clutch.

We have a limited availability of angles and supply at this time with more in development. For the 2017/18 fall season we will have more options.

Call for availability.

Product Specifications

Product Name:

Polaris TSS-04 Team helixes





For :


Suggested list price :

CAD $125.00 / USD $109.00


Mar 2017

Available Angles

  • TP 42-36.36 ER
  • TP 42-38.36 ER
  • TP 50-38.36 ER
  • TP 56-38.36 ER
  • TP 44-40.36 ER
  • TP 50-40.36 ER
  • TP 52-40.46 ER
  • TP 54-40.46 ER
  • TP 56-40.46 ER
  • TP 58-40.36 ER
  • TP 58-40.46 ER
  • TP 60-40.36 ER
  • TP 60-40.46 ER
  • TP 56-42.36 ER
  • TP 56-42.46 ER
  • TP 58-42.36 ER
  • TP 58-42.46 ER
  • TP 60-42.36 ER
  • TP 62-42.46 ER
  • TP 64-42.46 ER
  • TP 58-44.36 ER
  • TP 58-44.46 ER
  • TP 60-44.36 ER
  • TP 60-44.46 ER
  • TP 64-44.46 ER
  • TP 66-44.46 ER
  • TP 70-44.46 ER
  • TP 60-46.36 ER
  • TP 48/50

*Note: Any reverse angles we cut for the Polaris Team clutch are always progressive type.

Additional Notes:

TP* = Team Polaris
ER* = Electronic engine reverse model (two stroke)
*We work with many brands and styles of helix cut. Please be sure to use complete part numbers when you contact us !
Example TA 56-40.46 ER

Example:  helix number 56-40.46  This is a Team/Polaris COMPOUND style. The helix is a 56-40, and the .46 does not designate any angle. The .46 (add a zero) designates .460" duration used in the first part of the helix ramp. It is important to realize that this 2 angle helix is mostly a straight 40 helix. The second number is dominant. The first part of the helix is a 56-40 blend, and is only used for a short duration.

If you are not familiar with these types of compound designs, be careful when choosing. If you compare these numbers to some other brands, or progressives, it could be very misleading. For instance, adding a couple degrees to what is a very short first part of the helix may have less effect than you think, because it is such a short part of the ramp. Also, adding "duration" to that first part may have more effect than you expect. The last number in the part number designates duration of the first part of the ramp.