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    oem reed cages and VF3s big difference!

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    I'm excited about installing my new VF3s,and holding them side by side i can see there's 4 petals to 2 for more velocity and strong flexible carbon stoppers as to the oem stiff metal, can anyone else elaborate more on this?, i,m curious, thanks
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    WOW!!! this is certainly new information! thanks buddy!

    what gaskets are you using?

    the pedals are CF... the cages are plastic...

    It`s all about the holeshot!
    2 strokes LOVE sawdust...

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    GROUND BREAKING!!!! Wait, what did you figure out???

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    Man you jersey guys are rough...

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    Here is an inspection of mine after 100 hours of use way back in 2005. they are worth it.
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...ight=vf3+reeds

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    moto tech talk

    getting off the phone with tech over there he,s says if everything is installed correctly, i should get 5-7 more horsepower and 150 -200 more RPMs, Hmm...the gasket is a yamaha with additional holes punched in , i think from a carborator ski,i'm not sure, have to ask Rich(wfo)

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    Make sure you pressure test after you install the reeds. They are somewhat tricky to get to seal correctly. Don't want to have a leak.... BOOM!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetdave56 View Post
    150 -200 more RPMs,
    either 2 OEM gaskets, one cut one left alone.
    or
    one OEM gasket and the cometic gaskets
    or
    use the paper gaskets supplied...

    with the HC head, and the VF`3, the added punch and rpms will allow you to run a taller prop...

    there are quite a few good threads pertaining to the installation of the VF`s... start with these...

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=49725
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=10611
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=49437

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=21379


    keep the sawdust out of the engine!!!

    OH BTW, your welcome Dave!

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    One of my customers had a 1200 GPR motor dynoed over in Canada, stock setup was a Dominator manifold, Novi 48's, and M-16's. Switched over to the VF 3 reeds, Powderlites spacer, and Novi 48's, a big increase in air flow. !!!!

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