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Guys, My sled is in having the cylinders trail ported, thought I'd get some ideas to take advantage of this opporunity to have some more done. Allready has: new pistons with chrome rings, v-force reeds, cut head, J&T can, clutch kit, 24 tooth gear, picks.

Considering a RKT head, Pipes, or a rave adjustment, maybe air box mod, or Team secondary

Any thoughts are greatly appreciated.
 

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Team secondary to get the power to the track. A minimum of 1.25 lug track too. All the power in the world doesn't do a bit of good if the track is spinning and not hooking up. Studs are fine for ice and hard pack, but add a lot of rotating mass. Just depends on your riding style and objective. I like a 1.75" track with no studs.
 

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mopower said:
Guys, My sled is in having the cylinders trail ported, thought I'd get some ideas to take advantage of this opporunity to have some more done. Allready has: new pistons with chrome rings, v-force reeds, cut head, J&T can, clutch kit, 24 tooth gear, picks.

Considering a RKT head, Pipes, or a rave adjustment, maybe air box mod, or Team secondary

Any thoughts are greatly appreciated.

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Simple.......Buy the Mach Z......think of all the money you would have saved.....
 
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