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    Quik 750

    Will 785 carbs fit a 750's intake manifold? Will 750 v-force reeds mate well with a 785 intake?

    What is easier(or reccomended),swap 785 coils and cdi in 750 box or use the whole 785 box?
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    You need the 785 intake as well as the carbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbutta View Post
    Will 750 v-force reeds mate well with a 785 intake
    If the reeds are the 1st gen reeds(what I have), it will look like they don't line up very well with the pro manifold, and I was going to use the pro reed cages. I spoke to Randy at Watcon, and he highly recommended I go w/ the v/f reeds. The mis-alignment will not be a problem. If ya got the 2's or 3's, they will align nicely, but don't sweat it either way.

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    You need the PRO intake manifold to use the 44's. Also you'll need a longer throttle cable.

    OR, you can buy the intakes and 44's from Keddano.

    The V Force reeds will work well.

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    Thanks dudes!

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    Nice score on that lightweight flywheel. It really wakes up acceleration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    Nice score on that lightweight flywheel. It really wakes up acceleration.
    Thanks. Came in yesterday. Looks nice. Not as cute as the purple one, but at 7100 rpm, who's gonna notice?

    Any thoughts on the ignition question? I edited my first post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbutta View Post
    What is easier(or reccomended),swap 785 coils and cdi in 750 box or use the whole 785 box?
    The 780 box is the same as a 750, and I've stuffed the pro cdi in it. Its a tight fit, but it'll work. Coils shouldn't be a problem either. I guess the pro box would be easier. I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starflight View Post
    The 780 box is the same as a 750, and I've stuffed the pro cdi in it. Its a tight fit, but it'll work. Coils shouldn't be a problem either. I guess the pro box would be easier. I think.
    I agree.

    I have the PRO coils installed and PRO CDI in my 750.

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