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post #1 of 3 Old 02-14-2007, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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I need a setup on my 01 tcat
Thanks in advance guys
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post #2 of 3 Old 02-15-2007, 08:00 AM
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Sled: 03 F7 , longtrack 144 zrt900
06-07 Mileage: zrt-250 F7-250 had no snow
ATV: Honda Rancher350 06
2007 Mileage: ?
2006 Mileage: 11
I have a 99 zrt with a 900 cylinders and heads vforce reeds DnD power breather DnD 1000 pipes mbrp can I have taken one shim out in the primary clutch used a yellow/green factory cat spring 58grm weights that had to be ground a little at the pivot so they sat in the clutch better the secondary has a 60/40 notched helix in it and a red cutler spring in the center position clutching is spot on in this sled hope it helps you out.
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Sled: 99 T-CAT
07-08 Mileage: 200
06-07 Mileage: 200
ATV: Iron Age steel toes
lots of ponies = lots of clutching aveneus to explore. Need to start by weighting the
primary with some hefty weights and a nice profile (10-66 arms.) Good stought spring (175-305 ?)
good stiff secondary spring (cat red white or stock yellow). I like a good aggressive helix.
I run a 62-56 in good fast conditions and a 60-54 in heavier wet snow conditions. With
mine: I grunt the hell out of the motor and shift it like crazy, thing literally feels like it is
going to jump out from under you at all rpm and mph ranges. Mine also has pipes, is ported,
bored carbs, gutted air box, cut heads, and 288 of studs, and endless hrs of fine tuning the skid
frame for maximum effiency.

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