Straight 50 helix,white spring at 21lbs with 24 tooth top gear.I tried
the beige but could never get it to work so i tossed it as far as i could.
Primary is stock.I found this worked pretty decent. I have no idea on a
rer maybe some others doo.
I guess I won't ask questions or even come on here anymore if you treat people this way,My 2 buddies have 800's one has a 700 the two mxz 800's are bone stock I was asking for a set up that will beat the 700's sorry. you guys can keep bashing if you wan't and keep people from coming on here again such as my self.
Easy pro116....what you don't realize, being a new user, is that ZMachman and idooski are friends, have acutally met each other and rode sleds together. They're just doing a bit of ribbing. None of it is serious, and I'm sure neither is insulted. It's all in fun.
Lets not jump to conclusions before you see the whole picture.
Rocketman is right, Idooski and I have known each other for quite a while now. We go to each others house's for Cookouts! We were not stepping on your toes at all. We were just Ribbing each other in, all in good fun! Right Idooski? :inlove:
You sure do get people fired up there Tim. [email protected] Don't feel bad keith, Tim informed me this morning that if i don't bring a sled to race you guys that has my name on the title I lose by default and to bring $300 for the clubs members LOL. I guess I'll have to tweak the hell out out of the Gade. I'm hopeing to seal the deal tommorow at the dealership.
I hope everything goes well for you tomorrow at the dealership! Give me a call when you finalize the deal and we'll Celebrate! Maybe we need to do another Cookout! What about it everyone? Anybody up to another Cookout?
I'm ready for another cookout . On the 800 RER (mines an '02) I'm using a 185/290 spring in the RER in place of the 170/320. And a 52/44 helix in placce of the 47/44 stock. I'm also running a set of aftermarket adjustable arms to smooth the engagement. Stock primary spring and ramps.
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