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    R&D pulley kit mph gain??anyone??

    R&D pulley kit mph gain?? can anyone comment on this with some real #s


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    Quote Originally Posted by kawi250 ryder View Post
    R&D pulley kit mph gain?? can anyone comment on this with some real #s
    Kit is only good for about 2 to 3 mph but ya get massive excelleration gains.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...t=42047&page=2

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    your personal comment on the kit is this mod worth the money??? ands how hard is it to tune cuz i have no clue how to do that!

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    The Kit is for sure worth the money. Tuning is simple once you get an AFR guage installed. Will have a write up soon on that.

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    ok good i might get it as x-mas present! im so excited

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    Remeber that Skip is a CC racer, so the acceleration is what he wants, Most of the rest of us on

    here are looking for top speed,but for close to 2 grand for 2 MAYBE 3 mph, I think I am going to

    look in other directions before I go to the pulley kit, and use that as the final approach, I think

    there is more speed in the stock set up with out changing pulleys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra250 Tn View Post
    Remeber that Skip is a CC racer, so the acceleration is what he wants, Most of the rest of us on

    here are looking for top speed,but for close to 2 grand for 2 MAYBE 3 mph, I think I am going to

    look in other directions before I go to the pulley kit, and use that as the final approach, I think

    there is more speed in the stock set up with out changing pulleys.
    Harry,
    I'm with ya on that. But 3-4 more mph I think will be a lot more expensive than the money I spent going from 67.5 stock to 71.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleman62 View Post
    Harry,
    I'm with ya on that. But 3-4 more mph I think will be a lot more expensive than the money I spent going from 67.5 stock to 71.
    Now 3 to 4 mph would be a different story,versus 2 to 3 mph, I know that after 70 its going to be expensive!

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    its only money these 3 seaters get expensive the faster you go the harder and more expensive each additinal MPH cost

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    Is the 2-3 mph with the 1 to 1 (entry level) or the 1.1 to 1 race gas?

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