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I have a 2005 Renagade 600 SDI (clutched and piped)

When I hit it My track seems to spin alot before hooking up?

Other than studding the track, What setup works? I have the coupler block on 1(thin).
Limiter strap Loose?

My buddy with a F7 smokes me

I know his machine has more Hpower, but a gade has a longer-wider track.

Any help, Please
 

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What size lugs do you have compared to your F7 buddy? Are you/he studded?

Maybe your primary spring is too stiff and your engagement is set too high, maybe more weight in your primary arms would help.

Suspention too stiff? Try a softer tortion spring setting.

Kind of hard to tell when you don't give us all the specs.


Maybe roll the power on instead off hittin it.
 

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Irondog said:
What size lugs do you have compared to your F7 buddy? Are you/he studded?

Maybe your primary spring is too stiff and your engagement is set too high, maybe more weight in your primary arms would help.

Suspention too stiff? Try a softer tortion spring setting.

Kind of hard to tell when you don't give us all the specs.


Maybe roll the power on instead off hittin it.
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My Gade is not studded...Nor is the F7
The F7 has a 128" track with 1 3/8 lugs

My torsion spring(block?) is set on high...I believe there are 3 settings on this block?

The spring under the seat(primary?) is in the middle setting.

Hope this helps?

THANKS
 

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The rear coupling block is the biggest deal here, if it is not on the thinnest you will spin. I lenghtened the limiter one hole and it helped a lot, no ski lift and no wheelies, just less ski preasure and more rear bite. I put C&As on and I had to do this or get popeye arms, I could barely turn it on hardpack. I like to stand and now when I gas it I hook up but still spin enough to slide the corners.
 
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