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post #11 of 23 Old 01-28-2008, 05:24 AM
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Get the Dyna CDI, Full Muzzy and get it jetted right and you will be happy. You will have more power and sound alot better also. Later you can save up and get your clutch done. But I would get the other mods first then clutch.
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Big gains are from the Muzzy, Rejet, CDI and Clutch machining & spring change.

Leave the stock filter. no power gains from the twin air. save the 100.00

use stock jets. NO DYNOJET KIT!!

don't waste your time on clutch kits. spring and weight. machining is 2x more effective.

It will be a 76-77 mph machine and be side by side with the 800 can am's. and you may take them in 300 feet if you can keep the wheels down.

They are the most effective combo of mods under 1000.00

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Sorry to bug you john,

What about some mods for the 2006 650i
I have a hmf pipe and moose cdi on it with itp steel wheels and kenda bearclaw ex tires.

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Sorry to bug you john,

What about some mods for the 2006 650i
I have a hmf pipe and moose cdi on it with itp steel wheels and kenda bearclaw ex tires.
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who would you be bugging??

clutch mod. faster, smoother, more fuel mileage.



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Brute pipes from Muzzy cost alittle more with the new Stainless cans and the Pro Pipe works a little better then the std. Check out my forum for prices.
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OK first order is going to be a Dynatek were is the best price and quick shipping. Second order is going to be a full Muzzy pipe best place to get the pipe. I will probably pay one of the shops to do the jetting. The dual carbs kind of stress me plus they have the sniffers to get it right, I would have to do the plug chops. That would mean finding some place to run it and work on it. I can't do that in my garage neighbors would flip out. Then hopefully she lets me have the clutch done too. How hard is it to pull the clutch I have changed springs before but that is as far as I have taken the clutch on one apart.

I have a EPI pink spring and a stock VForce spring if either of them would be better for my Brute?

I found the CDI on E-bat for $175 with free second air day shipping is this a good price? Says they are factory dealer.

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175 on cdi is about right
here is one for 166.21 free shipping
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Dynatek-FS-...Q2em118Q2el1247

i run the pink primary and i love it

here is a few things that might help
http://www.nyrocatv.com/techtip.cgi?viewca...p;viewtopic=160
http://www.nyrocatv.com/techtip.cgi?viewca...p;viewtopic=318
as far as tool goes a freind of mine gave me this the bolt is metric, but the hand written dimensions are standard inches

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in the Brute you want the EPI maroon.

Pink works great for Prairie&#39;s and Vforce.

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well i have a moose power module in my brute and to tell u the truth i found it gave it a ton more of bottom end pull when i first got it i could be doin like 20 with 27 mudlites and pull the whells now i can be doin 40 and pull them no prob thats all i ve done to mine. i even beat my friends 800 can am i also seen his bike lose in a 300 foot drag agaisnt a prarie 650 i kno these modules work good





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Sorry to bug you john,

What about some mods for the 2006 650i
I have a hmf pipe and moose cdi on it with itp steel wheels and kenda bearclaw ex tires.
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who would you be bugging??

clutch mod. faster, smoother, more fuel mileage.



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thank you my friend.

Do you reccomend any special manufacturer?

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VForceJohn is the man with the magic touch, just pm him for details.

<span style="color:#CC0000"><div align="center">[b]07 Can-am 650 Max
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