Thats a sweet looking Yamaha, I like the color scheme.
I don't have a full mod hill climb sled like the ones that RMK-King posted but you better have a pretty well tuned to sled if you want to keep pace.
Heres a pic before I replaced the windshield
Short list of summer mods
Reeds, Pipes, Heavy Hitters, 03 MC bars, 144 rails w 151 track, tunnel ext.
Definately not a mod sled but should put out an honest 185HP and once I get the clutching dialed in it should be a real blast to ride.
dgerlach55033, Thanks for the props on the work I've done on the sled.
We have two massive sled shows in Toronto this weekend. The Toronto International and the SuperTrax Sled Show.
Has anyone succesfully installed and tested a Hammer Time clutch kit yet?
If I get feedback, I may purchase for my Viper.
I'm defecting after this season, but it's been a family tradition to ride and argue Yamaha. Something good about always being the guy who rides home with the fewest problems and the best fuel economy. Go all day, Go all night.My riding companions are all on Doo's of various types and mods. I have no mods (traction products excluded) and the fewest headaches.
First of all What is 'horse hockey'? I'm a frozen Canadian and have never heard of it.
Second, The Rev guys (2 of em on 800's) I ride with are moderate to decent riders but they have extreme difficulty in the tight, fast, twisty stuff. I'm tired of hearing how good the handling is on these top-heavy, engineering mistakes. It's fine for the pro-circut guys to ride them but on the trail? Forget it. Meet you at the gas station, we'll wait.
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