To make the sno-pro hook up you need to remove the rear scissor blocks, change the rear springs out for a set of standard and run them in the softest setting. Drill new holes in your limiter straps to give it about 3/4 of an inch longer strap length. Loosen your front shocks off just a little to reduce ski pressure.
If you wanna beat the 800 you will need a new track (1") for starters unless you are running in deep powder. They rob so much top end speed the way they are.[/b]
OUCH, just trying to help the guy. Sorry for the bad info but it worked for my sled.First off, I wouldn't listen to anything Rock Port wrote as all of it is false. I have tuned on severl F-7's and have only removed the Blocks. Don't waste your money on new springs as they are not needed. The 1" track is not needed either, the 1.375" does not rob you of all that much up top, maybe 3 or 4 mph.
First off, remove the blocks. This should free up the transfer you are looking for. Ride it now and let us know....[/b]
OUCH, just trying to help the guy. Sorry for the bad info but it worked for my sled.[/b]