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I just wanted to give a thank you to Mickey at fourstroke tech. He was a great person to do business with. ANY time I called he was super friendly and answered any questions or concerns I had. I will be working with him with several more 840 builds. If anybody in this area is interested in a 840 but don't have the time or skill level shoot me a pm and I will shoot you a price for parts and install.
I also want to add this my 840 FST is awsome. I have broke it in and for some reason it seems a little stronger then when I first tested it. Now top speed is 73mph and I was in my neighborhood and my neighbor asked me to get on it , so I stopped in the road and it was a little down hill strech that transitioned into uphill. SO I took off going down hill from a dead stop and popped a 1ft wheelie and when the front tires came down and touched the neighbor said they both went back up about 6 inches. Now understand I did not do anything but stab the throttle to the floor on pavement pointing down hill. To much fun and the neighborhood watch did not like it either:p
While I am at it , I want to thank John at Vjohns I am running his weights and springs and he too was GREAT to do business with.. Not to mention his clutch kit is awesome and the price is hard to beat!
 

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I just wanted to give a thank you to Mickey at fourstroke tech. He was a great person to do business with. ANY time I called he was super friendly and answered any questions or concerns I had. I will be working with him with several more 840 builds. If anybody in this area is interested in a 840 but don't have the time or skill level shoot me a pm and I will shoot you a price for parts and install.
I also want to add this my 840 FST is awsome. I have broke it in and for some reason it seems a little stronger then when I first tested it. Now top speed is 73mph and I was in my neighborhood and my neighbor asked me to get on it , so I stopped in the road and it was a little down hill strech that transitioned into uphill. SO I took off going down hill from a dead stop and popped a 1ft wheelie and when the front tires came down and touched the neighbor said they both went back up about 6 inches. Now understand I did not do anything but stab the throttle to the floor on pavement pointing down hill. To much fun and the neighborhood watch did not like it either:p
While I am at it , I want to thank John at Vjohns I am running his weights and springs and he too was GREAT to do business with.. Not to mention his clutch kit is awesome and the price is hard to beat!
The thanks goes to you the customer,you are what makes me enjoy my work!:wave::D
 
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