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I just bought a used set of pro 5 pipes for my xcr600 and don't know much about setting them up. The guy gave me 10MR weights with the pipes and know my machine reves to 9500rpm with I think is too high. I am running 280 main jets which seems to be rich enough. Any info about these pipes, clutching and jetting would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Welcome to the site crash. I dont have specific info for you but my piped 680 needed 430 mains, an icrease in needle jet from P4 to Q2 and a raising of the needle by 1 notch. my peak power range was 8600 RPM. Suggest you contact the manufacturer because one slip up will burn up your pistons or worse.
 

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I would talk to a dealer to see if they can get you the max rpm for your motor from polaris. And definetly keep an eye on the plugs if you ride it before you do that.


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Welcome to the site crash. If you find out from the dealer before someone posts here, could you please post the specs here anyways. Thanks Mark
 

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Thanks for the response guys but the riders around here ride newer sleds so they don't know much about mine. I never even heard of pro 5 pipes until I bought these ones. When my machine was stock it reved to 8700 rpm and with the pipes it reves to 9500 rpm so I am concerned this will damage my motor. Monoblock triples aren't cheap or fun to rebuild. I found that out 100 miles ago. There has to be someone out there who knows about pro 5 pipes.
 

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Hehe, Pro-5 Racing, what a great place. Located in Roseau Minnesota, they do all kinds of custom work. This year for example they made a few Pro-x 800's(i got to ride one, and help build one), Pro-X 1200 VES 156"(hella fast), they also made this really wierd side by side twin track thing with a 1200.


I go out there almost everyday because my bro goes to work out there after he gets done at Polaris.




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Well wait, I suppose you can always call Pro-5 and talk to someone there about it, they will know how to set it up. Corey is the guy that makes pipes there so he'll probly be the one to talk to. The number over there is (218)436-2149. Call anytime during normal hours.



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Thanks flying Ryan for the info. At least now I know who made my pipes. If you could find out some clutch setups and carb tuning I would really appreciate it. I also would like to know if my sled is supposed to rev to 9500 after the installation of these pipes. I don't want any over reving motor problems.
 

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Wow hows that for service? You cant beat that Crash. Hey Flyin ,what happens when the people riding that double come to a Y in the trail and the both want to go a different way. :) They should name that sled Franken-ski
 
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