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12-11-2008 09:43 PM
Innovative Imports
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Originally Posted by Four Stroke Tech View Post
Well the jetting looks about right but the HP is a little higher then I would think. That is the same HP as the 840 on a dynajet dyno.

So the real test is the butt dyno,how is it?
I will find out this weekend at glamis. Thanks
12-11-2008 09:33 PM
Four Stroke Tech
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Originally Posted by Innovative Imports View Post
Here is my dyno sheet. I have the standard bore kit, muzzy exhaust, dalton clutch, dynatech cdi, and dasa intake.
Well the jetting looks about right but the HP is a little higher then I would think. That is the same HP as the 840 on a dynajet dyno.

So the real test is the butt dyno,how is it?
12-11-2008 07:18 PM
Innovative Imports Here is my dyno sheet. I have the standard bore kit, muzzy exhaust, dalton clutch, dynatech cdi, and dasa intake.
12-11-2008 03:27 PM
Magellan Aluminum Rivets.
Amber primary, silver secondary, 3 grub screws in each flyweight per the Dalton instructions. So far working GREAT!!
12-11-2008 11:47 AM
xchamp Im getting ready to fine tune my 840, a few questions for you. How did u set up the Dalton kit, no rivets at all in the weights??? What primary spring, yellow/amber?? and did u change out the secondary spring?? Thanks
12-11-2008 04:25 AM
Magellan Thank you very much guys, I appreciate the positive feedback.
12-10-2008 07:20 PM
dirtracer4 I also appreciate the time you take to do what you have. It saves money and time being able to watch and read about something your thinking about doing.

Thanks to teryxhq.com & Todd @ HW also.
12-10-2008 12:32 PM
ram04 Another excellent video, thanks for taking us for the ride!
12-10-2008 09:22 AM
Magellan
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Originally Posted by dirtracer4 View Post
Magellan,
Any thoughts of I wish I would have went with the 840? I'm sending Mickey payment for the Std. bore kit with hopes of having it installed next month.
No regrets at all. Since that video, I have gone down from 185 to 182 Keihin mains and on the rear I need to go down to 180. It is sloppy rich and once I went from 185 to 182, I picked up a BUNCH of top end. Once I get it right, the machine is going to be a monster. For trail riding all I want is killer low RPM torque to crawl with and there is a huge increase over stock. The other thing I want is to be able to light up all four tires any time I want. I have those already. Check the beginning of the video and look how it will crawl over that blind table top and then again on the next rock uphill segment. The combination of the Dalton Clutch and FST Std Bore kit are outstanding, much easier to power through the slow and really rough stuff and also much more top end torque to power up the steepest snow covered uphills I could find with trails on that ride. That stuff is way steeper than it lookes in a wide angle video.

You will not be sorry. I stayed with the std bore just to save money and I am 100% happy with it. Mickey was straight up, he did what he promised, he shipped when he said he would which had to work around a business trip I had to make. Before I bought the kit I talked to him on the phone and before and after the install on Install Day I talked to him again. He was great and very supportive. It was an easy deal and I am very satisfied. FST will have my cams back tomorrow or Friday and the whole deal will be complete. I will be switching back from 10-40 Kawasaki oil to the Amsoil or Mobile 1 racing after the next ride. I could not be happier... so happy and fast that I am investing in an SDR cage to better protect myself and any occupants who are with me.
12-10-2008 09:11 AM
dirtracer4 Magellan,
Any thoughts of I wish I would have went with the 840? I'm sending Mickey payment for the Std. bore kit with hopes of having it installed next month.
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