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Got to test on lake with new setup on 2006 700 fusion. new ts o4 team secondary.1 lb lighter than stock.the fins on the secondary seem to keep cluch very cool.70/44-70/42 helix set on 70/42.red/black sec. 140/240 and 165/327 pri. stock weights 10-72. stock air box.geared down 1 tooth and slp can. ran very well i had a top speed of 109 mph on dig speedo on a long run. and could hit 105 mph any time. noticed belt dust on my sec after we were done riding. so im going to put my timbersled air back on. and i think im going to try 10-74 weights. rpm was at 7550 to 7600 with 1080 belt and with the 111 (the free one from dealer) i was getting 7750 rpm. I had the 109 mph with the 1080 belt with about a 1000 miles on it . so next time out im trying new 1080 belt,10-74 weights and the timbersled air.What do think changing to this wiil do and would changing the helix from 70-42 to 70-44 lower or raise rpm.I will let you know how the changes worked out the next lake ride. thanks ART
 

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I almost forgot. my freind had a 2008 f-8. so we got to play. raced about 10 times. if i would get him out of the hole i would pull on him all the way. (half mile to a mile run) and if he would get me out of hole i would reel him in. and that felt good. thought i would fill you in. ART
 

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I just changed my weights and am ready to try if we could only get some snow. Last year across lake superior, I seen 113 and my buddies 188, but I am running 192 studs as well. Now with the SLP kit it was over revving so I took out the 11-70 weights and tried the 74 SLP MTX weights with 3 grams in outer hole seemed to pull good just need more snow. In 600 ft. was hitting 91 mph.
 
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