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I got a 95 xcr 440 that I dropped a 88 carbed 650 in. The bulkhead was shot on the 88 and I picked the 440 up for cheap. I got the motor in just need to finish the exhaust mounts.

If anyone has any good clutch setups that worked great for your average ditch banger/ river runner. I'm not a lake runner so the harder the hole shot the better. I'll also be running the stock 650 gear set with non studded 1" track. Stud's are on definitely on the list but probably not till next year.

Also looking for a set of triple pipes preferably Aaen but would consider stock triple's as well. Thanks I'd appreciate any help you can give.
 

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there were never stock triples that fit a 650, You might want to wait until you have your pipes to set up your clutches, because each requires there own set-up.
 

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Here is what I have for parts.

>Pol blue primary
>not sure for weights
>black and a red secondary springs
>50-34, T1, straight 34.

I was going to try the blue pri and blk sec with T1 or the 50-34 helix. What should I use for weights. What rpm was peak hp on the stock pipe?
 

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10AL weights were stock 10-54s may work better. Some used a Polaris blue primary 120/300. You may want more preload that 120 for engagement. 8250 for rpms is the target on long runs with the stock pipe. The T1 will work for sure. It may pull the 50/34 in good, hard, flat conditions. Back in the day, we were running 42/34 progressives with an Aaen light blue secondary spring in the #2 or 3 hole. 21/35 stock gearing was too high. I ran 21/39 or 20/39 for the trail.
 

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on my old 650 laker sled im at 19/35 for gearing with 10-54s and i think an almond/ gold primary. (not sure though on the primary spring ill have to go look again.) my secondary iv also got the aaen light blue, but im in the 3rd hole. (IMO) works great for those 1000foot runs. Gets me to about 90-100 in 1000 feet
 

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tnmemr said:
10AL weights were stock 10-54s may work better. Some used a Polaris blue primary 120/300. You may want more preload that 120 for engagement. 8250 for rpms is the target on long runs with the stock pipe. The T1 will work for sure. It may pull the 50/34 in good, hard, flat conditions. Back in the day, we were running 42/34 progressives with an Aaen light blue secondary spring in the #2 or 3 hole. 21/35 stock gearing was too high. I ran 21/39 or 20/39 for the trail.
Hey, Tnmemr... How goes it?...
How many grams are the 10al's and what peak rpm did they run?
How does that Aaen light blue compare to the polaris silver/blue(stiffness)?

I'm curious to know why the R8 would work great in my piped xcr 600 but not in my stock 650. Is it because of the rpm difference or gearing? Would a 46/34 that madcow recommended for the xcr work better than the T1? Does poo carry a 46/34 3 angle or a 50/34 3 angle?

Is it ok to mix gears and chains from different sets. If so, what came with a 20 top and a 39 bottom or 40 bottom?

Thanks for the help...[thumb]
 
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