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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-16-2009, 07:07 PM Thread Starter
 
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okay, I think I have a mod that works.. I installed a k&n, flowmaster pipe, dynatek cdi with programer...running a modified curve 2 "high performance curve" (custom programmed 2 deg of retard above 30 and running a 25hp nitrous shot at full throttle that activates at 4500 rpm to a max of 8000rpm (I've only hit 7000). I put Kenda executioner tires on it with a 1" lift and 1.75" wheel spacers. I cut off 368 lbs off the OEM dry weight by removing the box (built a custom alum box 40lbs). Sway bar went in the trash along with those heavy oem seats (put in RCI baja seats -18lbs for both) and roll cage cross members. I have the air, and clutch snorckelled to above shoulder height. I can spin through 40" of solid loon shit (like quick sand) well over a 100 yards with nothing but mud spray visible. It actually floats and swims, never stalls, and can put mud in your eye at 75 yards. It is perfect except for weak axles, cv's, steering knuckles, ball joints and mud flaps.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-16-2009, 07:28 PM
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okay, I think I have mod that works.. I installed a k&n, flowmaster pipe, dynatek cdi with programer...running a modified curve 2 "high performance curve" (custom programmed 2 deg of retard above 30 and running a 25hp nitrous shot at full T that activates at 4500 rpm to a max of 8000rpm (I've only hit 7000). I put kenda exacutioner tires on it with a 1" lift and 1.75" wheel spacers. cut 368 lbs off the OEM dry weight by removing the box (built a custom alum box 40lbs). sway bar in the trash along with those heavy oem seats (put in RCI baja seats -18lbs) and roll cage cross members. I have the air, and clutch snockeled to above shoulder height. I can spine through 40" of solid loon shit well over a 100 yards with nothing but mud spray visible. It actually floats and swims, never stalls, and can put mud in your the eye at 75 yards. It is perfect except for weak axles, cv's, stearing knuckles, ball joints and mud flaps.
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sorry, speaking canadian. should have put some eh's in there. some typo's, but anything specific you had questions aboot?
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spin not spine, and loon shit refers to that liquid mud that flows over your doors and into the cab as you dig through it...kind of like quick sand...common up here.
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sweet sounds like you got right where you want it, but get some mud flaps lol

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I wouldnt run the wheel spacers, when you catch air you might bend stuff. I would also consider mudd flaps so I dont get the drunk and ugly chick with me all dirty before I bust a nut on her

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anything specific you had questions aboot?
yea.... wtf???

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