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Old 10-30-2009, 02:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2010 shows 10-68 still stock. Should I have a set of 70's and 72's on hand?
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I have a set of stock poo 10-68's and 10-70's if you want 'em. I put in a set of Billet 68's with my clutching changes. The 70's have one ride on them.
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My buddy up in VT just picked up his 2010 cfr 800 ho,it only has 71 gram weights stock,06 f7 efi sno pros had 75 grams stock?Does your new sled only come with two rear idlers like the shift,i saw a pick of a 2010 iq 600 and it was just like a shift.HEMI
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Old 10-30-2009, 06:31 PM   #4 (permalink)
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2010 shows 10-68 still stock. Should I have a set of 70's and 72's on hand?[/b]
I have 09 IQ had 10-68 ran great. Put a Bikeman pipe on and ended up with 71 mxt with 1 gram rivet inside whole, this thing runs very good! Unless you mod your sled check your RPM's. Sled should be clutched at 8200. If that is where it is running ride it like you stole it.

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Old 10-30-2009, 07:35 PM   #5 (permalink)
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My buddy up in VT just picked up his 2010 cfr 800 ho,it only has 71 gram weights stock,06 f7 efi sno pros had 75 grams stock?Does your new sled only come with two rear idlers like the shift,i saw a pick of a 2010 iq 600 and it was just like a shift.HEMI[/b]
Keep in mind you can't compare two different types or shapes of weight to each other. The actual shift out force generated by the weight has everything to do with where the center of mass is on the weight relative to the pivot. That is why two different weights could end up with similar max rpm, but they will shift out very differently. I have no idea if the weights you mention above are the same type of weight or not but this is a possible explanation.
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