what size weights should be put in?Dragon700 said:Gear it down 2 or 3 teeth. Remember clutching too.
It's just a ditch banger so iam not worried about topend. The 440's don't go that fast anyway so it just to have fun in powder.wakeboarderboy said:Are you joking? Be prepared to have reductions on top speed though. If you don't have a good track then gearing is useless. Go down 2 or 3 teeth on the top gear. You could loosen your suspension straps but I'm pretty sure that's not the best for your sled's skid.
what would it do if the bottom was bigger?wakeboarderboy said:I said 2 or three down on the top gear. Try 2 and see how you like it. You're going to have to count the teeth on the top gear then order one X amount of teeth smaller. Someone may be able to tell you what the stock gearing is on that but you don't know if it's been changed by a previous owner.
iam putting a bigger track maybe 1.25sledneck1978 said:my dad has a mint 440 in his collection. I've moved it around the his yard before and gave it some gas. Honestly,i highly doubt that sled is capable of a wheelie. You need a bigger lug track than stock if you don't already to hook up for starters.