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I just got a CF600 and when I am into the throttle and come out, then go back into it there is a bog and then it will take off. Just wondering if anyone has any ideas.
 

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Have you firgured out correct oil ratio? Most guys are having to turn pump down a couple turns. Check plugs...they may be gummed up. Make sure belt is tight...ect.
 

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I was out on the weekend and did some paying around with delfection. Running the belt deflectin tight enough to have the track creep ended up causing a bog much like you describe. One I started loosening the defelction the bog went away. This sort of flies in the face of conventional theory, but this whole Diamond Drive has forced me to change the way I think about clutching.

Yes, adjust your oil pump as well. They are super rich from factory and that too will help with the bog.
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (ZRrrr @ Feb 8 2007, 12:43 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
I was out on the weekend and did some paying around with delfection. Running the belt deflectin tight enough to have the track creep ended up causing a bog much like you describe. One I started loosening the defelction the bog went away. This sort of flies in the face of conventional theory, but this whole Diamond Drive has forced me to change the way I think about clutching.

Yes, adjust your oil pump as well. They are super rich from factory and that too will help with the bog.[/b]

Humm!! That seems just opposite of what is happening with mine. If I have the deflection set jus so the belt chirps in the primary at idle there is no bog, once i start loosening it up the bog comes back and the looser I go the worse it gets. How loose are you going, where is the belt sitting in the secondary?
 
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