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thinking about heelclickers in my 02 zr600 efi any feedback and set ups that anybody is using? and any feedback on heel-x?
 

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Do it!!! You won't be disappointed.

Here's the setup (s) that I am running. First, a little background. I have 2 - setups for you, 1 is on my sled and 1 is on my brothers sled. We also have a stock 01 ZR 6 and a stock 02 ZL 6 to compare to. All of our sleds are EFI's and nothing else had been modified except what is noted below.

Sled #1
50-7 heelclickers, 4gr heel, 0gr center and 4 gr tip.
Heelclicker billet primary cover
Heelclicker orange primary spring
Straight 49 helix with stock yellow spring in secondary
23/40 gears
M-10 rear suspension
192 Fast-Trac Top Gun 2’s

Sled #2
50-7 heelclickers, 4gr heel, 0gr center and 4 gr tip.
Heelclicker billet primary cover
Heelclicker orange primary spring
Stock helix with Cutler's red/white spring
stock gears
stock Fasttrack suspension
144 Fast-Trac Top Gun 2’s (center only)

Right now sled #1 beats #2 by about 15 lengths on the top end. Sled #2 has more corner to corner acceleration, we figured this is because of the helix.

Both sleds engage very smoothly at about 4500 RPM and pull solid right to 8500 RPM where it holds at WOT. The engagement is so smooth you can't even tell it has a clutch kit.

Also, while sled #2 has incredible Low and Mid range it has lost a little top speed, the stock sled will go by it, that's why we are trying different gears and helix's in Sled #1.
 

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ZREFI: Are the setups you listed used on APV sleds? Have you tried heelclickers on a non-APV ZR? I have a 2000 ZR 600 EFI and am interested in heelclickers also.
 

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Both setups are being used on 01 ZR 600 EFI's, so yes they are APV sleds. I would imagine that maybe the Non-APV sled may require a little different setup.
 
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