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Old 02-14-2011, 09:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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what slots/ holes does the spring go in on the driven clutch? the spring seat has 1,2,3 and 4 holes which are marked and the clutch has marking's a, b and c . please help me out getting my secondary together. this is for stock set up.

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Old 03-02-2011, 12:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 03-02-2011, 11:10 PM   #3 (permalink)
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ya A2 stock but there is a chart on here that lists each letter and number and how the changes are affected I'll try to find it.
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A1 is stock on trail Phazers, B2 (i think) on MTX.
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dem 2ndary's are junk on the Ghazers
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Awww supersonic your just mad cuz it reminds you of your moms vagina!
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Old 03-21-2011, 10:34 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Awww supersonic your just mad cuz it reminds you of your moms vagina!
Seriously dude is this your first sled? Have you tried any other brand? or did you just spend your $4000g's and thought your sled was gods gift to man? Kid this isnt the best sled out there, Ive stated before it is a fun trail sled and you can rock a trail like tomorrow but you can keep up to anyone else but your grandma. You say you ride Motocross and I cant see how you get a hard on with this sled? My guess your 16 and maybe riding a 80cc 2 stroke yamaha, I have a 500cc custom 2 stroke in a 99 cr 250 chassis and I dont say nothing about it. Forum is about giving good opinions and ppl are suppose to work against it yes? Well your getting outsider opinions from guys who have riden then sleds and did not care for what little power they had. Now go have a beer sit in your shead and try figure out how to get more then a 100hp without boost
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my yz 450 used to hand the 500's their asses in a drag race!! didnt matter what the 500 was in!!! phazers are fun but like fire cat said they just dont keep up. good learners sled though!
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Actually I'm 34 little guy and I've owned a variety of sleds '94 formula '96 mach1 '98 mach z ' 02 mxz '04 harsh firecat '08 nytro so I've had a couple but I like something that rides like my race bike, In ditches and trail Im usually ahead of the 700's and 800's so I really dont care if it had more power or not.
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Actually I'm 34 little guy and I've owned a variety of sleds '94 formula '96 mach1 '98 mach z ' 02 mxz '04 harsh firecat '08 nytro so I've had a couple but I like something that rides like my race bike, In ditches and trail Im usually ahead of the 700's and 800's so I really dont care if it had more power or not.
You must be a little 34 buddy and your buddys must drive like beginners on the 7/800's cause i would be 3 lakes ahead of you, If you want something that rides deady get on a IQR they feel much much better and you can put a thin seat on anything buddy. I dont know where you get off that the Firecats are harsh they worked very very well in 03/04 set up right, all your doo's you named there were harsh sleds to ride and heavy, I bought my 08 Nytro RTX with the fox floats and clickers in the rears and by far that sled worked way better then the Phazer. But your lookin at this thread the wrong way as its for opinions and not to shoot down other sleds, I gave an honest imput on how I feel about the sled but its just way way way way under powered and heavy as hell for 80hp I would rather jump on a 2 stroke thats 100bls lighter and build twice the HP and rebuild my motor after 3500kms, When the motor goes on yours your looking at about $5000 for a new one before install, The sleds are cheap but I have not heard of anyone yet hitting 10,000miles on them but you hear that about boosted Apex and RX 1 tons and a few Nytros. So when you combined all that information together then yeah maybe a new phazer that isnt riden much and you dont plan on putting more then 5000miles over the life of it, I would only really buy one and keep it around for my buddys to use or driving back and forth to work cause the fuel milage is just wild.
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