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I checked the c-c dimension on my F7 and it was 1/4'' short . My question is ,is there another way to correct this other than cranking on the torque stops(rubber bumpers). I don't think I can get that much with the torque stops. If some guys are having trouble with top end you might want to check yours
 

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Mine is short too, my dealer told me to live with it because there is no way to change it. First year sled ( SUCKS ). I have no top end. 93 mph. As production rolled along it seem the later sleds got better. I got mine the first of oct.
 

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The lack of adjustability is a problem-I'll bet they fix this in next year's. My c-c was good but the parrellelism was way off (negative). You can remove some shims from inside your secondary (leave one in) and this will help the problem.
 
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