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Want more snap

I bought and installed the epi big tire atv kit, the basic one i think, I love it but is there anything else I can do that will make it pop some more off the line? Not looking to send out for machining.
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Have you added any shims to your primary? Are you still using the factory belt?(good dont use anything else)

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stall springs??
 
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edit your signature so people can see what bike you are talking about

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Yeah i got a K&n I was thinking about ordering the ehs lid kit anybody running that with the hangar mod? Also no shims used just epi kit? I got an hmf pipe and optimizer, dynatek fs too
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Shims and stall springs are are def gonna give you off the line "snap".


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ok so lets talk stall springs, and shims, I have an orange spring what color? and Shims I dont know shit about, so hook me up with some info
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Search shim mod. Then search stall springs. There is tons of info on this website.


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LESS WEIGHT= MORE SNAP, usually. Anything that takes less momentum to get going should be more snap. I read about a grizzly running 24's that where bigger than stockers and weighed less. Yeah, I know, but it was quicker off the line.
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LESS WEIGHT= MORE SNAP, usually. Anything that takes less momentum to get going should be more snap. I read about a grizzly running 24's that where bigger than stockers and weighed less. Yeah, I know, but it was quicker off the line.
That would be fun to try some time some little 24x10 and 24x8 haha

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He already has stall springs, they are in the big tire kit. Don't buy something you already have. You just need shims.

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Yeah don't do that. Who gave you that crappy advice??? Haha.


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Wait a minute he asked about stall springs. I asked originally of he had stall springs and then he said "let's talk shims and stall springs". I assumed he didn't have them. OP did you install the clutch kit or have it installed?


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