Slp air box
Slp clutch kit
Slp ceramic pipe
Slp ceramic can
Polished tunnel + tie rods
The sled is a beast on the trails and will rip your arms off,BUTthe top end really blows. It's in the shop for warranty work and hopefully the ccw secondary spring will help! Let's pray for snow. :beerchug:
start with the air box kit and flow rites them jet it, most likely it will make it run rich so 430 or even 420 will work. clutching is not always the same for every sled 70 to 74 gram weights any 310 finish for primary spring. team secondary 70-44-.46 seems to work good and a ccw red dkblue spring. also gear it to 24-42 works great for that holeshot. even without a pipe or head this clutch setup is awsome.if money is no bother then go with a high comp head, rkt heads work the best.then go with slp single pipe but after putting the single on watch your jetting. :beerchug:
Depending on what you plan to do. If your a trail person, riding from the AM to PM. Probably the biggest bang for the buck is Temp Flows. Unless you want to play with jetting, as the temps change 30 or 40 %. At least how we ride, the majority of racing is after lunch etc. (when the temps warm up). When most of the piped/ clutched/ geared/ were jetted for AM temps of 0 o 20 %.
My setup is for a 02-800 and wouldnt work for your sled. Good luck in your setup.
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