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post #1 of 6 Old 06-13-2009, 11:26 PM Thread Starter
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maroon primary installed

... I just installed my maroon primary yesteday on my 08 BF 750, it took about 45min - hour for everything, pretty easy.... I love it, it reminds me of the old brute running 25's I've been running 28" mudlites for a while and I'm so glad to have that wheelie power back.... I have the almond secondary waiting to be installed as well, I'm undecided if I want to install it though.. as many of you have mixed reviews, some love it, some think the maroon primary is enough...hmmm..anyways I have the fully muzzy and the ehs efi controller on it's way, I'll let you know how I make out....

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You will love the Muzzy exhaust and ehs lid combo on the brute. really wakes up the engine.
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I wouldnt worry about the almond secondary with mudlites.
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Primary Spring

I just installed maroon primary spring also and it hits pretty hard on engaugement now, i like it.
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You will love the Muzzy exhaust and ehs lid combo on the brute. really wakes up the engine.
I agree with you. My Muzzy is the old exhaust and I can tell you it really woke my Brute Force up. I also did the EHS Lid, Maroon Spring, EHS fuel controller, DG5 bumps the timing, and John did the Stage 3 with spider mod on the clutch. Picked up all but 6 horses and you can really feel it and its great to have that kind of power.

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on my P700 with 28" mudlights I love the maroon primary springs, and the almond secondary. did loose some topend. but not much. I also have a VFJ stage 3 spider mod primary and drag light secondary.(dont recomend a drag light with oversized tires) all stock internals on the engine, just bolt on power mods. and it pulls like a bear. your 750 has more power over my p700 and should pull even stronger and not loose much topend speed. the throttle responce is great. i like it as i can let off the gas and get back on hard and feel the CVT kick in at the right spot and pull strong. no lag at all.
but everyone has diffrent riding styles so some like it and some dont. my style is mudding, tight fast trails, hill climbs, and cruising for miles on gravel roads to the next bar on the trail map. lol.

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