|06-13-2009, 11:26 PM||#1|
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Join Date: May 2008
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....
|06-13-2009, 11:29 PM||#2|
Feedback Score: 21 reviews
Join Date: May 2007
Location: Mt Comfort Indiana
You will love the Muzzy exhaust and ehs lid combo on the brute. really wakes up the engine.
My popular 05-bf-750 Crossover Intakes. My price is $170 plus 3.2% (or money sent as gift) and $7 for shipping. Any questions feel free to PM
2007 Brute Force 665= VFJ clutch, 82mm pistons, CWR 418 cams, Custom BKuzzy exhaust, K&N filter, UPP intake, Electric fuel pump, Fan switch, 42 pilots
|06-14-2009, 07:21 AM||#5|
Feedback Score: 2 reviews
Join Date: Apr 2008
2008 Brute Force 800: AMR 12.5:1 pistons, AMR XX cams, AMR Rings, Millennium Nikasil Cylinders, EHS Air Box Lid, Muzzy Pro Exhaust, Power Commander III, Moose Module, VFORCEJOHN SpiderMod Clutch (Maroon Spring), 24 LB Injectors, and a Bunch of Custom work to make it Reliable, Fast, and Tuned just right by VFORCEJOHN
|06-15-2009, 07:34 AM||#6|
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Join Date: Jan 2006
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.
2004 RED P700 Trail monster
2" lift kit 1.5" wheel spacers.
28"mudlight XL's 10x12 frts 12x12 rears
Amsoil 0w-40 engine oil / Frnt Diff
Amsoil 5w-30 rear diff (hydraulic/transmission oil)
Water Wetter mixed 25% coolant 75% water
Twin air ProFlow filter, Dyno Jet needles
Muzzy Full System,
Denso Iridium plugs #IU22. "Freebie" Moose Module & 6deg key installed
EPI Primary and secondary springs. VFJ stage 3 spider mod, machined secondary.
Full set EPI black springs with custom front preload spacers.
SOON VFJ crossover INTAKES AND VFJ dyno tuning
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