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I have a F7 Sno-Pro with 1.475 Studs and my limiter straps are shortened as far as they will go. The sled has 920 miles and has runs flawlessly, and has never been beat. This race is only a 400' local competition, nevertheless I still want to beat everything not from Arctic Cat. I just need some tips like belt size or should I compress my suspension (so it doesn't flip), maybe drop a plug size or just leave it alone. Quite frankly I think it will do well the way it is (besides lifting the skis a bit to high) but if there is a few tricks I like to know. Thanks and I'll tell you guys how I did on monday. By the way the race is in Hamden N.Y. and starts at (9.00 A.M.)
 

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I would lengthen the limiter straps all the way to get all the track on the ground as pollible. Shortening them would give you more ski pressure, also I would take out coupler blocks. If you need transfer for a 400' race I would move rear scissor ahead one hole and take out rear idlers. Just my .02 Les....
 
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