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Has anyone dyno'd a Series 3 700 to see the difference between Boyesen rad valves and v-force 3 reeds? I'm looking to upgrade from my Boyesen reed petals to a reed cage/reed package, price notwithstanding.

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there ya go, BTW zog, how much snow do you have up there now??
 

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It snowed about 4" or over the weekend. We've probably got about 8" total. Still snowing, too.

Bogie...you know anyone who would want the ones I don't want? I know of one other 700 in town, but it's been torn to pieces by a couple of goofs. It may not see the snow until March!
 

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Try using some poplar tree leaves, awsome dyno numbers!!!

Good luck!
 

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Give me a call @ shop if ya want some pop.
 

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Was helping Bogie with his sled...should be running tomorrow. Called the shop for a pop. Too late...I'm all thirsty now.
 

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i have a set of RADs I just put in my 800MXZ (01) and thus far am very impressed. Looking on the inside, vs the V force and stockers, their is good air managment. Allot of thought had been put into what the air is doing while going thru the reed cage. I have yet to ride i, but they have incredable throttle response just between idle and engagement. I have a date with the dyno, and we will be able to tell what is going on very soon.
 

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Originally posted by 800MXZ@Nov 13 2002, 06:46 AM
I have a date with the dyno, and we will be able to tell what is going on very soon.
What did the dyno tell you?
 

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What I found was in the 5-6000RPM range they pulled 7hp better than my worn stockers, then at 7900 they were werth 3-4 hp
 

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Not too shabby at all!
 
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