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Any reason or benefit to do this?
I'm running grizzly 18 weights, EFI Tuner, EHS airbox.
 

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Well you'll gain better back shift and engine braking . If you are a larger guy, carry a lot of extra weight on the quad it wouldn’t hurt to run it . You’d probably like 1.5 mm of shims more. And for 8-10 bucks , cheaper than a spring. If you decide to try it and dislike it , you’d easily be able to resell the spring on here or grizzly forums .
 

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Tires would be the number one upgrade, IMO. My confidence riding off camber trails went up ten fold after switching tires.
Since you already have an EFI tuner you could change the exhaust and get a big improvement in power. Noise is always a factor though. Depends on where you ride.
 

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Tires would be the number one upgrade, IMO. My confidence riding off camber trails went up ten fold after switching tires.
Since you already have an EFI tuner you could change the exhaust and get a big improvement in power. Noise is always a factor though. Depends on where you ride.
Exhaust won't give a big increase in power, very minimal actually

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Thanks guys. Next move will be the Coop mod from the man himself.
Installed purple spring today as I had an hour to kill.
We’ll see...
 

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Yes, that's is definitely possible, And that's most likely the "power increase" most people think they gained.
Is not a bunch more power, it's just a small increase, but in s more usable range






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