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post #1 of 16 Old 10-15-2010, 11:56 AM Thread Starter
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I am wondering if there is any mods out there for a 2006 crossfire 600, that i can get the best power for my money?
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Sure there is. The sky is the limit, but assuming you want to keep the sled trail friendly and reliable I would suggest the following.

Spx single pipe + 4-5 hp saves 5 lbs $ 399.00 comes ceramic coated.
Spx Hyper shift clutch kit $ 130.00
10.4 secondary clutch kit upgrade $ 295.00 offers even better bottom end and response over the hyper shift kit.
Spx timing key adds 2-3 hp $ 21.00
Spx high flow intake adds 2-3 hp $ 77.95

All of these upgrades are 100 % trail safe, but you need to run premium pump gas 100 % of the time.

No fuel controller needed.

If you are looking for more let us know. This is what we consider our stage 1 kit.

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every thing he said and take .010 off the stock head.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Speedwerx Inc. @ Oct 18 2010, 04:09 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Sure there is. The sky is the limit, but assuming you want to keep the sled trail friendly and reliable I would suggest the following.

Spx single pipe + 4-5 hp saves 5 lbs $ 399.00 comes ceramic coated.
Spx Hyper shift clutch kit $ 130.00
10.4 secondary clutch kit upgrade $ 295.00 offers even better bottom end and response over the hyper shift kit.
Spx timing key adds 2-3 hp $ 21.00
Spx high flow intake adds 2-3 hp $ 77.95

All of these upgrades are 100 % trail safe, but you need to run premium pump gas 100 % of the time.

No fuel controller needed.

If you are looking for more let us know. This is what we consider our stage 1 kit.

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651-982-6020[/b]
Speedwerx, I tried to pm you but it says your inbox is full. ive got some questions for you as well.
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Thanks speedwerx, that is helpful! I also have been looking at vforce 3 reeds, do you think it will be worth the money to get them?
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nxtgen, E-mail me direct @ tech@speedwerx.com or call me @ 651-982-6020

Crossfire609, The reeds are a great addition to this sled as well. Just make sure the mods listed above are done first.

We see reeds get a bad wrap from guys on the forums but most of them are running them on a sled where everything else is stock.


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Ok, i got a couple more questions, what do you think will be the best one to buy first? and it said for the 10.4 i'm gonna need it balanced and a new belt?! and with the timing keys what degree would be best for me? and where does those degree keys go? thanks, sorry for all the questions this is really my first time doing mods of this extent.
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In order:

1 - Spx Clutch kit w/ 10.4 upgrade ( our kit will come with a new belt and clutch will come balanced already. )
2 - Spx single pipe
3 - 2.5 key for all around safe trail riding. Key replaces the stock straight key on the crank shaft. The off set key advances the flywheel 2.5 degrees. You need to pull the flywheel off to change the key or to see it.
4 - intake

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What i found on your website for the clutching was the hypershift for 130$ and the conversion for another 199.95$ is that correct? And i can find everything else with ease, just unsure about the clutching, thanks!!
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700 top end 10-15 hp , 400bucks .. keep stock pipe can and ecu program
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