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ive got the same helix in mine, not sure of the cut though either, so ill bump this for ya with that being said
 

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lets try this again

looking for the helix angle on the goodwin 700 kit, just didn't want to have to call them up
 

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mxz700xpac said:
Doing some clutch work and swapping out some ramps, is the goodwin 700 helix a 50-46??? GP605 is marked on the helix, can't find anything on their website which goes with that number
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goodwin told me that a gp 614 was a 50-46
 

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I have a goodwin helix GP604 and that is a 54/48 angle.... so the 605 has to be close to that. Hope that helps.

mxz700xpac said:
Doing some clutch work and swapping out some ramps, is the goodwin 700 helix a 50-46??? GP605 is marked on the helix, can't find anything on their website which goes with that number
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Thanks Jay,

My new ramps are much steeper than the 287s which were in the clutch kit, hoping i can handle the 52 46, first test ride so far so good. Thanks.
 

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Thanks Jay,

My new ramps are much steeper than the 287s which were in the clutch kit, hoping i can handle the 52 46, first test ride so far so good. Thanks.
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what ramps do you have?
my kit has 280 ramps, adj. pins, yellow spring for primary, GP605 helix and blue spring for secondary
it woke up my sled, but i think theres more tuning i have to do to get it "perfect"....but then again, i did buy mine used and the original owner had twin pipes and the RPM range calls for 83-8400, im only spinning my motor 7800
 
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