thanks for your help. how do you move the blocks back on these one? do i drill a hole further back.[thumb]TriumphoverU said:Fusions will pull the ski's just as easy as any other sled if not better. The setup is the same as any other sled, move the blocks further back, increase front track spring pressure, make sure your secondary clutch is adjusted properly for belt deflection.
My 700 pulls the ski's way too much....a lot more than I want it to.
I like to have them carry a little when we go west but other than that its not really good for anything but showing off for your friendsdriftpounder said:^^^^This is True!
I prefer the skis to stay on the ground, but my 700 thinks the same a Triumph's and pulls the skis way more often then wanted.
I enjoy being able to pull the skis off the ground. You stated you want your skis on the ground, I'm assuming that's so you can control the hp you're putting to the ground. My thought on that is this...when I'm in a field messin around doin wheelies and whatnot not, I'm pinning the throttle to do so. When I'm trail riding I never pin my sled in corners. As soon as i sqaure the corner off, sure I'm back on the gas, but I'm goin straight. Next to my rush, my 09' dragons have been the best cornering sleds I've owned by far. My 800 drag had the ability to pull the skis and ride wheelies as long as you could hold the damn thing. Basically I'm saying why not have your cake and eat it too[thumb]98xc700 said:why does everyone want to pull wheelies?? I want hook up and skis on the ground when i ride! you cant do shit with the skis in the air??