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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-23-2010, 08:27 PM
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Ranger is correct I happened upon a secondary sheave on ebay cheap that already had a blue epi spring in it,so I got off easy on the swap out.

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post #12 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-24-2010, 12:12 AM
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i love my mad mike mods for my clutch, adds low end with a 5 mph top speed gain. Yes the yfz450 shocks work great on the front of the grizzly, i founded this along with the raptor cam mod, which you install the stock raptor cam and stock raptor valve spring for a much fun grizzly! I come from a racing background so i seen just about every sport quad, and mod and just trying to see what works just like racing!

If i was you i would do the mad mike mod 1, 2, 3 along with the greaseless setup for your clutch.

Motor wise id do the raptor cam mod, pro design K@N kit, pipe, and a dyna cdi, unless you go with a big bore which will be about the same price as the cdi but give you more power, and the cdi's are hit and miss with the big bores.

So do the raptor cam mod, pro design filter set up, pipe and a je 686 kit and you will have the power and acc. to take any 700 4x4.

Now i am working on getting a yfz450 stock carb which is a 39mm fcr to see if it fits and if it does, oh man! more power and you can line bore them or taper bore them to get even some more out of them.

Also looking at the stock yfz450 tie rods and ends, or raptor ones, but that is on the back burner until i get some other things done first.

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See Mud Dude ... we is all waited for Jasson to try some things out ... and then we is got'in for'em ourselves.

I've never done the Mad Mike clutch work, but Ihear good things about. I've also heard he was laid up & I'm not sure if he is back to modifing sheaves yet.

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I have no idea about mad mike being laid up but maybe he is have to check, but i love the sheave and cam plate mod.

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post #15 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-24-2010, 04:58 PM Thread Starter
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Just read on another site that he is on the sidelines right now. His garage collapsed on him. That was as of July 20th.

If I go greaseless for now, when I get the mad mike machining done, will I still be using all the same rollers and whatnot on the machined clutch as I was with just the straight grease less? I just don't want to spend the cash for the greaseless and then have it be junk after I get it machined.

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post #16 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-24-2010, 05:02 PM Thread Starter
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Jasson, if I get the cam, do I need anything other than the springs to go with it? Cam gear or chain or decompression mechanism oranything?

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No you use you stock grizzly cam gear etc. Just the stock raptor cam and 5 valve springs, and a head gasket.

If you get the grease less setup you will be able to have mike get it done without have to redo anything, but you might want different weights due to it will have more low and 5 mph on top so if you want more low end you can change the wewights for that.

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