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Dog in the mid range. Anyone have suggestions? If I can I may get pipes that work with the stock silencer. My dad hates loud stuff :rolleyes: also thinking clutch kit. This big old beast weighs a ton but pulls. Thats what you get with a triple. Well not neccessarily the weight. Our Viper is a triple but it weighs the same if not less then some twins :)
 

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Check carbs for partially plugged jets, syncronization, and properly adjusted air screws. If this appears to be in order check clutches and make sure they are functioning properly...might need new bushings and such if the sled has alot of miles. Also check for track tension and alignment...running the track too tight will rob power. If this "dog" has just begun, you might want to also check compression on the cylinders. On the other hand if everything checks out, i would go for the clutch kit!!!
 

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I should have mentioned its not any of those things. These things came out of the factory like this. Have ridden a couple they were all this way. I think I am gonna open it up on the intake end with a set of new filters or modded airbox and a clutch kit.
 

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If they came this way, i strongly suggest you go for the clutch kit. This should wake up the mid range. If you have good top end then i dont think its an intake problem. If it were intake, top end would be doggy.
 

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I agree the problem is probably with clutching. As triumph said the engine would be hurting up top if it was air it craved.

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