Stud it to the tits...loosen off your front spring in the skid and drop your front end a little as well. Beyond that you may have to invest in adjustable limiter straps. Oh ya, play with your coupling blocks (setting #1 is the least coupled for more transfer), or take them out altogether, depending on what you want to do-trail or drag.
I studded mine on the weekend and went out in what is left of our snow. Just blip the throttle and it lifts the skis almost zero spin. It doesn't loft the skis like on a ZR but definitely hooks and transfers power to the track.
Stud your F1000 acf1000 cause when you want to stop that monster at speed you want it to STOP, not lock up and drift into the woods at 60mph.
My 1000 is studded by d&d with big dogs 1.375 somewhere around 177 or so i also have single pipe, boondocker, bullseyes, y-pipe and little clutching. I was told to pull the rear blocks out of it do you loose the ride?
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