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Here is my setup.
08, 26 inch bighorn 2.0
Dyna cdi
Muzzy exhaust
FST standard bore kit
Dalton clutch kit running alluminum tips only
Overdrive plate
Hunter works jet kit with airbox tpi kit. (only 1 open)
jetted with hunterwork A/F meter.
Uni filter

Vs a stock 08 with dyna results

My top speed 68
His 56

Drag, even off the line, about 10 feet in i am pulling away from him. after 200 ft I am about 4 lengths ahead.

Mine seems a little doggy off the line but my jetting seems spot on. I have added and subtracted weights but have not taked the aluminum tips out is that worth doing? Such a pain in the ASS to get to.

Is this the results I should be expecting? seems kinds slow to me. I have read on here some people will can lift the front end in low or leave a 5 ft patch... where do I start?
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We run with no rivet with that set up.

Belt deflection ok?

We got seems like 71 or 72 with that set up,

Why just one TPI open?

What jets you running?



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I have a stock 09 with standard muzzy, MSD from Hunterworks with Todds map, UNI filter with billet adapter from Hunterworks, vforce john clutch mod and running 26" X 14" tires and I top out at 68mph. Just tore my engine down for AMR 840 from Glenn, will have 39mm throttle bodies with larger injecters from Dasa (already have them) already sold my Muzzy will be running Muzzy Pro, will install clutch kit that we (Todd at Hunterworks) can adjust, intake still undecided and Glenn said he had some more tricks up his sleeve. Can't wait to get it all put together hoping for 5 or 6 more mph on the top but am hoping for massive improvements in the low to mid range, thinking about getting a guy in Merridean MS to fine tune it.

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Cant remember what I am running for jets, I remember that the settings you had on your instructions were spot on though and thats what we used. We have your air fuel meter and used that to get right. When tuning it didnt seem to matter on the a/f meter if the tpi valves were open or closed. If I run both open I get a slight bog if I punch it. Less so if one is closed. Belt deflection is perfect, slight squeel in neutral.

I will take off the tip weights and see what happens. Sounds like a jetting issue though right?

It will go and a split second later it hits much harder.

One thing also is when I was playing with the clutches I was running without the cowling and after a high speed run i would get a bunch of white/gray smoke out the exhaust? Cowling on none. Thats scared me..
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Cam profiles are going to play a role, if the cam makes more power higher in the RPM and these do, very low RPM bang might suffer. On my race rhino a stock rhino can take it for a about 30 ft then say good bye.

The smoke is oil getting pushed into air box. You can do a homemade fix for it or we have the STOP kit that will fix that.

The rivet removal may help.



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With the valves open when you stomp the gas its going to lean for a second... Open the valves up and pull the choke out as you launch and see how it takes off.
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