Rivera Primo Open Belt Brute IV For Touring Motorcycles

riveraprimoincRivera Primo Inc. will be at the Cincinnati V-twin Expo (Feb 6-8, booth 489) with this open belt system called Brute IV designed to hold big power on touring bikes. The special 8mm Kevlar corded belt included with this kit was specifically designed to hold in excess of 150 HP. At just 2″ wide, so with less weight to carry than with some larger kits, this system will not “un-balance” your ride.

Imagine, no more primary oil changes, no more leaking gaskets… The drive’s electric start utilizes a 66 tooth ring gear for maximum tortional longevity. This open belt system also features a modular heel toe shifter linkage support so you don’t have to figure out how to run your linkage as on some other drives. And then there’s the super light pull on their world famous Pro Clutch™, yet holding 120+ HP. And for you ladies & gentlemen that have more horsepower then you know what to do with, you can add their TPP Variable Pressure Clutch Assist™ that works like a mini lockup and holds over 200+ HP and still offers a super light pull. Fits 2007 and later Touring models. More info at 562-907-2600 or online at Rivera Primo Inc.

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3 Responses to “Rivera Primo Open Belt Brute IV For Touring Motorcycles”


  1. 1 Fredp Jan 31st, 2010 at 6:17 pm

    I have bought and used Primo-Rivera for the last 3 manufacturers I have worked with in revising and improving model quality, both Transmissions and Drive systems. I have to tell you all, there is not a better company to work with, give feedback to, and consistent delivery of products, than Primo. To get a little off track here, there is a reason why this company stays innovative and dedicated to all of us.
    Ben, at Primo, is one of those special people who has helped sustain that company’s reputation with his open honesty, work ethics, and working with some of us who have been down and needed help to get back up.
    Always one to offer great products, let’s not forget, why these companies stay consistent year to year.
    ( o.k. enough soapbox)
    By the way, really good work. Can’t wait for your next post!

  2. 2 Bill Skoros Feb 1st, 2010 at 11:01 am

    OK, now they need to make one for my early ’84 FLTC!

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