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waddle732010-08-10 08:12:15 +0000 #1
just put a set of 28" backs on a buddies 2008 foreman but it bogs bad.. what is the best or should i say cheapest route to go? i know he can do a gear reduction for about 650 but what about centrifical cluth spring change? will that help any? his bike is snorked jetted & has a hmf utility pipe but no low end power. any suggestions? thanks
zacksbf2010-08-10 08:21:54 +0000 #2
Gear Reduction is the best bet for that application
Bootlegger2010-08-10 08:38:30 +0000 #3
Yeah that and go down to 27's
rewired2010-08-10 09:13:55 +0000 #4
put the clutch kit in it. I have a couple of buddies who have the same setup with the clutch kit and are turning 29.5 outlaws with no problem. one of them doesn't even have 1st gear right now.
bruteman2010-08-10 09:11:24 +0000 #5
my buddy has a gear reduction hes running 30s silverbacks on his 420 this is the only vid I could find

water wheelies Video by Team Xpensive Habitz - MySpace Video: vids.myspace.com/ind...ual&videoid=45743490
bruteman2010-08-10 09:59:21 +0000 #6
help video wont work
Metal Man2010-08-10 09:35:40 +0000 #7
I tried to fix it but i get the same thing you got showing.
waddle732010-08-10 11:17:30 +0000 #8
hey rewired. when u say clutch kit you not talkin about the gear reduction but a true clutch kit with springs & all?

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