That's the plan.haha Like I said, the 900 is expected to whoop the smaller twins, so I gotta make sure no "little" F7 or 800 sleeper sneak past me.LOLOriginally posted by Team_Arctic@Oct 24 2002, 07:30 PM
dont break the sound barier now
We'll definitly have to try and hook up! :thumbsup:Originally posted by zr500@Oct 24 2002, 08:33 PM
I agree phazerhater. Its no fun to be stock. Always gotta have that little extra edge. We'll have to try and hookup and go for a ride sometime this winter. Don't know if i'll be able to keep up though.
That baby should scream when you get it all put on!! Should chew up and spit out most trips. you come across! Let me know what you think when you get it all done since that is pretty much the same set up I'm looking at.Originally posted by sleddinfool@Oct 24 2002, 08:54 PM
I called and talked to them about the "kit" Although they couldn't provide me with any jetting to even get "close" at this time I believe I am going to go with speedwerx. D&D doesn' make a head such as BM or SW I like to be able to put my sled back to stock (resale?) I am going to get my pipe and clutch kit next weekend at Novi that way he said I won't have to pay for shipping. I already bought the head, reeds and spacer kit. I also have a powerbreather. Kevin
Ya I read the article and wanted to check it out on their website, but nothing is listed for the 900 there. I'll just end up having to call them.Originally posted by zr800cc@Oct 25 2002, 03:16 PM
phazerhater, look in the November issue of Snowgoer, they have an article about the ZR900. 168 HP.