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Moveable sheave bushing bad?

Moveable sheave bushing need replacement?

Would this cause the sled to blow belts and vibrate above 70 miles an hour? My sled runs mint up to 65 mph and then above that it struggles hard to get there and wont go above 80 mph. Power valves are clean and the sled is 145 comp a side.

This isnt a stator issue is it?

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post #2 of 5 Old 11-09-2010, 09:03 PM
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need a littel more in fow like what year of slead could be a jack shalft bushing or internale drive bearings gone or a combo of stuff how many miles are on it hell cat??????
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I have the same problem with my 05 F7 EFI SNOPRO. It has 4700 miles on it and the bushing fell out. I have had trouble with top end speed and RPM since I got it NEW. I wonder if maybe it was something right from the factory. I have added 1.5 timing key,10.4 upgrade, clutch work, bmp y-pipe, 06 ECU, and pipe mod and it all helped,but very little. With these mods it should work pretty good I would think. I am ordering a new clutch, but I am just looking for some input on this issue.
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now that i know what year def change you secondary and up grade your belt hope this helps ????
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Different person. I have the secondary upgrade.
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