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Problem with my '04 F7 EFI snopro please help!

Postby MADTURK » October 23rd, 2003, 2:03 am

Studs are fine, 1.075" Tunnel is fine.
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Postby MADTURK » October 23rd, 2003, 2:10 am

Grassdrags are perfectly safe. The only concern is make sure you have enough cool down time between runs.
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Postby 800HO » October 23rd, 2003, 11:31 am

Hey phsyco, 2 miles of water is nothing. My friend has a video of him running the canal behind his house last summer, it 15KM, or about 6 miles long. it was crazy.
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Postby CheeseSledder » October 23rd, 2003, 11:39 am

BigWalt,

You can run a sled on grass for short runs without hurting anything. Obviously there is nothing cooling the exhangers so if you go too far or not enough time between runs it will overheat. The only other thing that wears abnormally because of no snow are the slides, but they are cheap and easy to replace.
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Postby Ridlkustlit » October 23rd, 2003, 4:08 pm

I don't know how the F7 is but, I had the same problem with my ZR a couple of years ago. Check your suspension make sure that your rear shock is up. My was down and when I would get on it, it would push it right into my track causing the track to jump the cogs.
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Postby Mr-WFO » October 23rd, 2003, 5:43 pm

lol "are you a heavy fella"
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Postby 02Summit800 » October 23rd, 2003, 10:50 pm

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Postby ZR500PA » October 24th, 2003, 5:37 am

It sounds to me that your are just spinning your track. If you only have 1.075 studs on an snow pro track they are to short. This track has 1.250 paddles are more.
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Postby Kingman08 » October 24th, 2003, 5:51 am

it maybe properly studded, but if they are too long, then they willl start rubbing on the bottom of the tunnel... also, make sure you rrollers arent going already, maybe your pitting one of your pistons. check the top end...
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Postby MADTURK » October 24th, 2003, 6:04 am

No, the track is not spinning, it is not moving. No, this sled has the 1" paddle option on it. The 1.075 studs are the recommended size.

Thank you for your input -
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