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Old January 3rd, 2007, 02:10 PM   #1
 
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Has anyone removed their's from the belt housing? I am told it will be a good improvement because it eliminates the brake at speeds slower than 3mph and get an extra 2mph at the top end.
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Old January 3rd, 2007, 08:09 PM   #2
 
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Yes I would like to remove mine as well. Anyone have any info on this?
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Old January 11th, 2007, 10:21 PM   #3
 
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i just removed mine it was easy to do, i just got my 750 back with a fresh motor so i still have to break it in. i,m hoping to have good result without it.the only thing is i don,t know how to stop the 2w 4w light flashing back and forth. if anyone give me their two cents on this that would be great!
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Old January 12th, 2007, 02:16 PM   #4
 
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I just did mine as well. Actually the dealer did it while they were in there for warranty work. What he took out is a spring and the fork itself. He left the shift motor on so the lights don't come on. He told me that all he had to do is remove a c-clip and it came out.
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exactly why do you'all want to remove it? does the noise bother you?
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exactly why do you'all want to remove it? does the noise bother you?[/b]
It wasn't the noise really. I removed mine for better belt life and I found it annoying at slow speeds. Because I don't have it on now my machine takes off better with less resistance.
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Old January 13th, 2007, 01:27 AM   #7
 
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4wheelfurry took out my engine brake. Just remove the C clip. It actually prolongs the life of the engine brake because your not using it anymore. It will still slow down up to a certain speed. If you have any after market springs or clutch kit I recommend you do this or you will have problems with the engine brake. Just remember your driving a different machine afterwards that can freewheel.
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4wheelfurry took out my engine brake. Just remove the C clip. It actually prolongs the life of the engine brake because your not using it anymore. It will still slow down up to a certain speed. If you have any after market springs or clutch kit I recommend you do this or you will have problems with the engine brake. Just remember your driving a different machine afterwards that can freewheel.[/b]
What do you mean my it can freewheel?
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my crossover intake, Fan switch, K & N filter, BKmuzzy exhaust
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KFX V-Force 700 SOLD :-(
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Outerwear, 12 hole mod, Muzzy Pro with stainless oval can, Spark plug boot mod, ASR SS
Front Brake Lines, VFJ UPP intakes, Razr 2's on ITP baja's, Orange PowerMadd Handguards,
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thanks for that info guy, know for my end of the deal remove the belt cover, then remove the 3 8mm bolt on the brake actuator, carefully pull off actuator and set aside, i didn,t unplug mine when i did it. in side the belt cover is the brake fork and spring, remove the clip at the bottom. now the brake assembly can slide up and out of the top of the belt cover. before you put the actuator back in place put some silicone on the joints of the mounting plate of the actuator, install actuator with the 3 bolts, then install the belt cover and your done. if anyone can see a mistake in my instructions feel free to add to it
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like someone said earlier on this post the atv will be quicker off the line and possibly a few more mph. I read somewhere on a site can,t remember which one that if you take two identical atv,s out of the box and remove the engine brake out of one of them and race them the one without the engine brake will win every time!
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