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Most of last season I rode a sled with DPM which really kept the throttle crisp. This year my sled doesnt have it. I was thinking of getting a tempraflow. Do they work? Are they hard to install? Can I move it easily to my next sled if I want to? Does any one have experience with them? Thanks
 

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The basic concept is the same, they work fine and are fairly easily installed.
Yes it can be taken off and inst. on your next sled.
 

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I am sorry I don't have time to go through all the details right now.

But in short, Yes they work - If you are good with jetting you can make the Tempaflow do anything.

Did some test runs on grass this summer, Piston wash was excellent (at +20)

Added a DG silencer and leaned it out a little - turned the compensator screw richer a little and got it right on again.

Added Boyesen reeds which then richened up the top, Midrange was still OK - richened up the mid to match the top, then leaned everything out by turning the compensator. All perfect.

Best tool on the market. Period!
 

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Is that the one that requires you to drill holes in the side of the carbs? I've been wondering about them for years, just never made the decision to buy it. SleadHead also is installing it on his ZR900...hopefully he will make a post here.
 
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