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Anyone have any experience with these pipes.
Just got my hands on a set of ceramics twins into a silencer.

Jetting is all I am curious about....
 

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Anyone have any experience with these pipes.
Just got my hands on a set of ceramics twins into a silencer.

Jetting is all I am curious about....[/b]
Give Larry a call. He will be more than happy to help you out. He was really talkative when I asked him to make a set of pipes for my pro x xcr. If your interested, he declined my request as I thought. Not really a market and he is in business for a reason. You can google larry rugland and his number will come up from Colfax,WI....Good luck
 

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Give Larry a call. He will be more than happy to help you out. He was really talkative when I asked him to make a set of pipes for my pro x xcr. If your interested, he declined my request as I thought. Not really a market and he is in business for a reason. You can google larry rugland and his number will come up from Colfax,WI....Good luck[/b]
I have the specs on them for a 1998 xc 700:
Give me a couple of minutes and I will find them
 

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I have the specs on them for a 1998 xc 700:
Give me a couple of minutes and I will find them[/b]
Ok,
Here is what his comments were to me on his pipes
Larry Rugland's comments on his pipes.
Run 185 for jetting. You can follow the stock jetting specs to the letter.
Stock clutching with 2 gram heavier weights.
Pipes pull 137 hp at 8200 rpm's
He said he used the stock cdi.
Also run the DEL needles in the 3rd position.

BTW I think I still have a set of the DEL needles if you need a set.
 

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Ok,
Here is what his comments were to me on his pipes
Larry Rugland's comments on his pipes.
Run 185 for jetting. You can follow the stock jetting specs to the letter.
Stock clutching with 2 gram heavier weights.
Pipes pull 137 hp at 8200 rpm's
He said he used the stock cdi.
Also run the DEL needles in the 3rd position.

BTW I think I still have a set of the DEL needles if you need a set.[/b]
Thanks for the info....These are for a 700 VES....I bought then from a Polaris racer that works with Larry....
I will give him a call....The previous owner did give me some clutching....the jetting specs were differnt for an 04 as they came with flatslides and 440 mains from the factory
 
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