I have a ’04 F7 EFI that I would like to do some performance mods to it and I was wondering if some people could give me some input on which they feel would be better the VForce III Reeds or the Boyesen RAD and why.[/b]
Thank you for your reply ... I am hoping to get more opinions or results from people that have tried either one ... I gues thats one for Boyesen ...lolI have a set of Rad 3s on my 03. They really woke it up. Did not cause a bog like they say the Vforce do.[/b]
that's exactly why i never put them in. i've heard way too many stories of people spending the $200-$300 and getting nothing out of it.I really didn't notice a difference....just installed some VforceIII reeds on my 06 and it just made it harder to start when it was hot.... not worth the money in my opinion but it's a mod if you want a bolt on![/b]
A few years ago i was going to put some V-force on my ZR800 but the i found out that the cage was smaller then the stock ones, so i baught the Carbon Tech and mounted on the stock cage. And ever since i just use Carbon Tech on all my sleds, but my brother just mounted a set of Rad valves on his F-cat and it became wery snappy but harder to start...Carbon-tech petals and extensions, perfect-amundo![/b]
either are great for when you have to replace the stock units.
The new Boyesen Rage Cages for the MACH Z 1000 and 600 SDI provide excellent HP improvement and throttle response ( dyno proven )
for rotting boots, the Boyesens are the way to go with their solid castings. On some models one or the other will show more favorable results, depends on the sleds and the mods done to date[/b]