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Has anyone tried titanium front springs on there prox's? I just sent my walkers in to get them revalved and to have the amsoil shock fluid added to them. They say that they are much more responsive because the spring carries less inertia during the normal range of motion as the suspensions travels.

I have heard thay are really good but for the price they are probally not worth it.

Any opinions. :banana:
 

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In my opinion I would be more likely to get a Ti clutch springs then coil springs for the front or rear..... if your into hymark light weight parts are just as much of a factor as HP! trail sleds I think its a bit over kill....
 

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or you could go with floats instead and lose the spring altogether... guys at goodwins are saying the floats are actually a pretty good shock once valved properly... i'd go there before i went for Ti springs...
 

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Originally posted by bonz50@Sep 30 2005, 09:25 AM
or you could go with floats instead and lose the spring altogether...  guys at goodwins are saying the floats are actually a pretty good shock once valved properly...  i'd go there before i went for Ti springs...
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Do you have a link to the floats and what they look like or a mkore detailed description.

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according to the latest issue of snowtech, titanium clutch springs are junk and cannot handle the vibration. They re great for shocks but do not hold up in clutch applications.
 

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Just installed some fox floats on my friends 04 f6 efi. They make the sled look so much cleaner and meaner. We didn't have the pump so we used a bike pump just for now. Should be sweet this winter. For the price of titanium springs and the revalving of the shocks and work for the shocks it would be so much better to get floats for the extra price but they would be more adjustable and better looking and IMO cooler.
 

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Originally posted by kneedeep@Sep 30 2005, 03:05 PM
according to the latest issue of snowtech, titanium clutch springs are junk and cannot handle the vibration. They re great for shocks but do not hold up in clutch applications.
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Hmmm I've been using them since 01 with zero problems. What vibration can't they handle? :dunno:
 

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Originally posted by kneedeep@Sep 30 2005, 03:05 PM
according to the latest issue of snowtech, titanium clutch springs are junk and cannot handle the vibration. They re great for shocks but do not hold up in clutch applications.
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???????? I have 2500 mile on my Ti spring , no change in performance...... I would have replaced a stock spring two or 3 time so far........ :cn:
 
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