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Old 07-19-2006, 07:34 AM
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Yeah ..... same story ...... when will i get my bike back thats the real question.


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yeah just post. im down to go any weekend. live close by.
give it at least 3 weeks to have my bike ready.
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nah just the basics see how it runs
pro flow intake
PIM
HMF exhaust
+1 tooth rear
6 paddle extremes
shock redone by ishock
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Anyone who switched the stock 14t front sprocket for a 13 t front what are your thoughts on how it runs and everything now. I'm looking to change sprockets and thought I would try changing the front one first but wanted to hear some feedback from the guys who have already tried this.
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i went to a 13t and it helped alot for dunning but i also think it needs a different rear sprocket. i was thinking of going with a 38t.


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i went to a 13t and it helped alot for dunning but i also think it needs a different rear sprocket. i was thinking of going with a 38t.
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yeah I'd agree with that....

I run a 13T front but with a 21" rear tire. I was only pulling olds at about mid 3rd..... I'd have liked to see it pull olds at the top range of third.

Eventually I'll go and try a larger rear....

I really did like how snappy the bike felt with the 13T front and stock 18" tires. I wish I had that kind of response with the 21" paddles.



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to replace the rear sprocket you loosten the 4 nuts on the back of the swingarm and on the left side off the carrier there is alittle hole there you need to stick a screw drver in the hole and hold it and role the quad at the same time and that loostens the chain then you loosten and remove 4 sproket nuts and give sprocket a quarter turn and it will slide off then take wheel off and presto
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have you done it yet? i think the rear sprockets maybe different on some of our quads cause i couldnt even force the rear sprocket off on mine.....


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