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Any way to make these makes have better throttle response from idle or a crawl? Once it revs it's got plenty of power but it sucks waiting for it to get there. Have grizzley weights and a 1.5mm shim already
 

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I have 27 inch zillas but even with stock it was the same. I've been thinking about throwing a purple spring in the secondary. was wondering if the off idle lag was from it being to lean from factory and would adding a tuner help
 

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I have 26” Zillas, 11” in rear and 9” in front and 1.5mm shim in primary with stock Kodiak weights. I am happy with the throttle response but I will probably eventually add a purple spring. A stiffer spring will help you. I have no experience with tuners but from everything I have read in the forums and seen on the internet a tuner would help you with this also. How do you like the throttle response when in low gear?
 

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will do for sure. i use to have a sportsman 850 which i loved the power but the yammy just feels so much better built. it just needs some fine tuning
 

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Any way to make these makes have better throttle response from idle or a crawl? Once it revs it's got plenty of power but it sucks waiting for it to get there. Have grizzley weights and a 1.5mm shim already
Are you sure you didn’t drop weights out of their channels when you reassembled your primary?

Did you keep proper tension on the cam plate to prevent the weights from droping when sliding the primary into position ?

Was your belt all the way up the secondary sheave when you were done? If you answer NO to any of these. Your going to need to start all over again.
 

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Yes to all those. No issues on the clutch. It's been that way since new. Clutching did help alot compared to stock. Now just gonna wait for my secondary and tuner.
 

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The throttle response was better on mine with the stock weights on mine BUT didn't let the engine reach full power. I defiantly feel the power gain @ WOT with 20g Grizzly weights but it takes noticeably more throttle in the low-mid range area and really makes me glad I didn't get the 18g weights. Just installed a 1.5mm shim but haven't really got a feel for it yet as we still have snow on the ground.
 

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The throttle response was better on mine with the stock weights on mine BUT didn't let the engine reach full power. I defiantly feel the power gain @ WOT with 20g Grizzly weights but it takes noticeably more throttle in the low-mid range area and really makes me glad I didn't get the 18g weights. Just installed a 1.5mm shim but haven't really got a feel for it yet as we still have snow on the ground.
from looking at your name are you from northern mn?
 
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