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I don't know much about clutch's..just looking for
some idea's on clutch weight's.What is a good
weight to start testing at?I would like better performance
from 0-105mph.Do mostly trail's..weight 230..153 stud's.
SOMEBODY MUST HAVE TRIED JUST WEIGHT'S!!THANX.
 

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O ordered a heavy hitter clutch tool and will start testing this weekend. If I can find a strip of snow. I am looking for the 500 foot set up though. I will share as much as I can on Monday if I am lucky enough to find snow.
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sky dog did u try these weight's??or did u use them in a kit??
did u find much of a difference with these weight's??compared to stock??
Better low end or all over...sorry for so many question's just
want to know before i buy them...i dont want it to fall on it's face.
Thanx for the reply sky dog!!!!!!!!
 

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Originally posted by rev them up@Jan 8 2003, 06:44 AM
I would like better performance from 0-105mph.
Not asking for too much are ya :blink: :rolleyes:
 

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Racer119 what is your revs and what colour is your spring, how much did you gain in 660' over stock,what is your speed......thanks
 

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Skydog arnt u running about 80 gram weights to keep that animal u ride under control HE HE
 

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True Byoffcr! :lol: I have not run 65 but i feel if you have stock helix 65-66 should be righ tin the game!
Skydog
 
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