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post #11 of 23 Old 03-28-2011, 06:23 PM
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My vote is the clutch mod from Vforcejohn he will help you big time.
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A Holeshot Module is all you need. I don't know if they still make them though. Someone on this site use to make them but I got mine from VDI. 90 bucks and it will put you on your a$$ on pavement. It gets rid of the delay when you hit the throttle.
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thank but do yall have any prices for them things and is there a super loud muffler for my 2011
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and is there a web site with the hole shot model.my dad has a little one with no name and it makes a huge difference
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Get the dyna cdi over the hole shot module, the holeshot module eliminates the timing retard thats built into the stock cdi until 7mph, that's it, the dyna cdi will eliminate the timing retard as well as give you a 7* timing advance as well.

You need to do the cdi before you even consider anything else. The cdi alone will give you better throttle response and the ability to pop/ride wheelies all day long. You can buy one off ebay for 150-200 bucks!
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thanks i love ur pic i hate obama but where cud i buy one new online and what is it exactly called
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thanks i love ur pic i hate obama but where cud i buy one new online and what is it exactly called
I would buy a copperhead module from vdi. I am a bit biased because I run one , you either hate vdi or love 'em. Before I paid around 400 bucks (Canada remember we get f@@@@d on everything!) I did physical homework a friend had a 750 brute and his buddy had the same machine just 1 ran a dynatec and the other a copperhead (gen2) so I asked them questions then I asked them to drag. The copperhead machine won by a tad every time even once they switched drivers. So I bought one. I realize it was prolly the wheeler itsself but I keep telling myself it wass the cdi.

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thanks what web site could i get it off of
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i have a 2011 650 4x4 do dey have one
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