Hey guys, so my 660 was hitting rev limiter at 45mph, and the CVT seemed rather loud. I thought it was weird I hit rev limiter going 45mph. I have 2mm shim but that was supposed to drop top speed to mid 50's. So I thought, I need to know what my stock ratio is anyway, I am going to crack open the CVT this weekend and see if there is anything wrong. So I had just found out that I need to hold the cam plate when removing it. I had never done this in my 4-5 times taking it apart and putting it back together. Well, I learned my lesson. Lift the cam plate out and three weights have been out of their channels and are completely wrecked. I almost cried. ALMOST, not quite, but ALMOST. I had no idea if I had hurt the sheave or anything. I looked around and the sheave looks ok but the weights are mangled. So I have a question, are the metal weights suppose to freely come in and out of the plastic sleeve? This chooses how many weights I need to replace. I also see weights (slick weights) I stumbled upon from Dr pulley. I have heard good and bad about Dr pulley. Anyways, should I replace the bad ones or get a new set? Would you recommend heavier weights? Should I get slick weights? Do they even work without machining? I need to get these ordered asap so I need some help. I am hoping someone else has had this problem. Thanks.