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Old February 16th, 2011, 11:16 PM   #1
 
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Here is what I am working with, 28x10 silverbacks, 2' lift, modded stock pipe and twin air drop in filter and jetted appropirately. Going to probably put a module. Also have hi comp wiseco pistons from a motor rebiuld. I mostly do mud and some grass/sand cruising. I would say 75% mud and trails. I don't want to lose much stall because I do creep and go slow through the mud and ruts, not all out through a mud pit. I am definately wanting more low power than top end. I am more than likely going to run a Dayco HPX belt with this combo.
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Then I would go with the Pink Primary and Red secondary
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The stall with a maroon primary is only like 500 rpm more that stock. iit doesn't have to come off idle much before it starts pulling. I ran one in my 2010 Brute with my 27" Backs. Experiment some, your bound to find the combo you like best. You didn't mention a secondary change, i hope you are planning on changing it too. NMKAWIERIDER is right about needing the red.
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Yes I planned to change both springs. Its the secondary that control stall right? I want to keep rideability and stall close to stock because of the mud and ruts/trails I ride.
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Yes I planned to change both springs. Its the secondary that control stall right? I want to keep rideability and stall close to stock because of the mud and ruts/trails I ride.
Its the primary that controls the stall. Maroon or pink. The maroon is about 500 higher then stock like 2010bruterider says and the pink is about 300.
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Was gonna post a question but since its here I'll ask. Have 28x12x12 superlites, do a lot of trail riding and a good bit of mud in West Va. No engine mods still stock. 05 750. Any suggestions would be great thanks
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Wow,,, the list is long... I'd deff get a dynatek CDI, and swap out the springs first, Just those two things are going to get the neck snap back in your ride... Don't know how much you got to spend but those two things won't break the bank and are easy to do....
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Yep, like Slum says...gota get that Dynatek. Then sence you trail and mud, I'd go with Maroon primary and Almond secondary. If you were mostly mudd'n then red secondary would be better but its wouldn't be so great on the trail...although I used one for years with my old 27s. Go-a-head and get yourself a better airfilter too. UniFilter or TwiAir is always a good choice. Don't warry about carb kits or full clutch kits...unless you feel like doing the hole-hog with a VFJ stage-3. That...along with the other things will slam your brain to the back of the bucket like never before. If your pockets are kinda deep, then may we suggest a full Muzzy or BigGun exhaust system. After that there's BBKs and cams along with 42mm carbs...and the list goes on and on with Kawasaki. Can't say that with most others.
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