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Old 01-21-2019, 09:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Recently bought an 02 mm700. I have no experience with yamha clutch’s so I need some help. It is revving to 9500-9700. I installed new springs in both the primary and secondary but am having trouble identifying what weights it has. Obviously they needs to be heavier. Polaris the weigh was stamped right on them. These have to rivers smashed in the end. How do you know what is already in it?
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Old 01-21-2019, 10:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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we would weigh em on scales, and smash lead in the holes to make what we wanted many times. if you go on tottlyamaha.com you will find a ton of info there .i have many different weights here in michigan . may have what you need if ya get an idea from that site . the guy turk has many set up's proven to work .
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it's in the tech section i just printed out 6 pages of weights and shift curves. plus you can make your own curves by using the lead sinkers in place of the factory rivets .made to your specs if you have time and space to test . never had a sinker come out . but on my srx i used heel clicker weights with great result's . and progressive dalton helix . but it was a drag race / trail setup .
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Thanks for the advice I will go look and see what I can find on there. I will have to take one out and see if I can find a scale to weigh it. I’m assuming it just needs some heavier weights. I’m in the Fenton area. I may have to buy some weights off you depending on what I find. I have a decent sized field to test in.
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Would I bring it down one hole on the sheave side or the helix side if that makes sense? I’m in hole 1 on the sheave and hole 6 on the helix.
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in my xtc 700 book it dont say hole position but in my srx shop book it says 0-3000ft 3 and 3 for over that 1-6 so maybe try 3 and 3 and see how she pull's on tty turk has a set up under faq section there i got my password back going again them folks allways were so helpfull i went on 2 tty rides and we all had a blast
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any tests done ? or did ya find info at ty forums to help ya out ?
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All our snow melted today. Did a little bit of playing around. Ended up back at 6-1 with the green spring. The Rpms are still high but it felt the best for now. Headed north this weekend. Will be able to see how it does in some real snow.

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