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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 12-11-2008, 03:54 PM Thread Starter
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Orange clutch and 16g weights

I was looking in my invoices and found the one for my clutch. I have not heard of this combo (well I guess its in my rhino). Am I missing somthing by not going to the blue spring and the 14 or 12g weights? That seems to be the most common.

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generally speaking, the orange spring is for 700 rhinos,,, blue spring is for 660 rhinos.

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did u get that setup from Heart rhino? i run orange spring with 14g. at least run stock and even could go as low as 12g to 13g. you kind of need to play with it.
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16 is stock isn't it? My duner kit was a purple spring and 14g weights, It made a very nice difference but I want to try half 14s and half 12s

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Yeah I got it from Paul at Harts Rhino. It runs great, I have no complaints about it, just was confused that maybe I would gain more with the blue.

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Yeah I got it from Paul at Harts Rhino. It runs great, I have no complaints about it, just was confused that maybe I would gain more with the blue.
if you have a 660 the blue spring with 14g weights would work much better. the orange spring is too stiff, and the 16g rollers are too heavy for the sand.

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you might gain more climbing speed with 14g weights and leave the orange spring in there.



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People that have motor mods, do they go to a stiffer spring?

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People that have motor mods, do they go to a stiffer spring?
yes they do,,, and blue is stiffer than stock.

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you might gain more climbing speed with 14g weights and leave the orange spring in there.

I did, thanks for the "class of weights and spring" 07fj. i know on a stock motor 12g sound very bad, dam motor sound like it want to blow at any time.
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