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post #1 of 2 Old 04-03-2007, 11:56 PM Thread Starter
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I recently got a 2006 F7 EFI STD orange. it looks awesome. It is real boggy at low end and it seems like it doesnt back shift like it should. it has 2700 miles on it. When it idles for more then 30-40 secs in one spot on the ground you can see the pretty colors from oil. I looked at the oil pump with a mirror and it is right on the lines can i still adjust the oil pump for less oil and be safe? what are you guys doing? also what clutching is everyone running? i GPS'd it at 105.4 mph nice riding conditions it has a Rumblepack silencer and studs that is it. It should do at least 110-115 i only weigh 170 tops.

Anyone know what i can do to fix low end bog and maybe get a little more top end wise.

any help is appreciated.

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Sled: 2004 F7 EFI std susp stockish
10-11 Mileage: 0
09-10 Mileage: 1200
08-09 Mileage: 2200
07-08 Mileage: 1600
06-07 Mileage: 1000
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do a search on oil use. You'll have to measure how much oil your using (20:1, 30:1) etc. You'll also want to check plugs/fuel pressure. Most are rich from the factory but apparently not as much in 06.

It's been rehashed alot so you won't get many responses.

Check for full shift out using a sharpie (make lines on the clutches, go ride, if you can still see part of the line you're not shifting out all the way.
ODS clutch kits seem to be the way to go (although I don't have one).

Also do a search for "best way to add top end". Best thread I ever started.

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