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Old 11-29-2012, 07:37 PM   #11
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Old 12-13-2012, 05:08 PM   #12
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well i got my d&d y pipe and bmp pipe mod on today, Im turning 8000 with the stcok clutching except for red secondary spring
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hey,

doing the same mods as you on my 06 f7 efi, i bought some 65-75 cutlers as Hell cat says. just not sure if it is enough weight ?? and how to set them up??.
Cutlers are supposed to have the same profile as Cat weights.
I have a scale and really these can only put 8 grams on the 65g base weight, unless there is over hang.

ok dumb thought, could i put weld on these that i have on the back side to create more base weight? then balance..

sorry 98zr500 for jumping on your thread, just thought it was the same questions so we both could learn

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hey,

doing the same mods as you on my 06 f7 efi, i bought some 65-75 cutlers as Hell cat says. just not sure if it is enough weight ?? and how to set them up??.
Cutlers are supposed to have the same profile as Cat weights.
I have a scale and really these can only put 8 grams on the 65g base weight, unless there is over hang.

ok dumb thought, could i put weld on these that i have on the back side to create more base weight? then balance..

sorry 98zr500 for jumping on your thread, just thought it was the same questions so we both could learn

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no worries, everyone says load the weight up with the pipe, but im sitting at 8000 with the stock weight, if i need to change anything or not, if not you might be able to get away with those weights the way they are
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mine is at 7960rpm with stock clutching, pulls alot harder, rpms before mods would only be 7700rpm but i have a 1.5 track so it is a bit heavier to turn,
i want adjustability when i go to higher elevations, Cutlers can be adj without the belt taken off.

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all right when you got your instructions read them add the weight more in the middle not that you guys are turning a bad rpm you need the weight to make it shift harder and it will get the pipe good and hot with out that you wont notice much diffrence for instance can f7 put the weights in it and try it and then start to add the weight and you will feel the diffrence and then you will know what im talking about .
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ok,
what is stock weight? and is 65-75 IT Cutlers all I need?

found on another post 70g is stock weight, does this apply to 06 f7 efi?
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I guess I will pick up some adjustable weights then so i can add some weight to the middle
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75 grams will be pritty good to go
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