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Hey just looking to verify after reading the forumns here for about 2 hours in bed this morning lol ...

it doesnt really bog per say .. i just find it under powered out of the hole..
im running stock tires atm.. but just bought 27" bighorns..

i was thinking clutching it then the dealership said not to.. im thinking hell with them...

also would spark plugs actually make a difference ? been reading them threads as well ??

ive changed the belt once since my old man notched the belt.. trying to climb a wall in high gear .. burnt it lol..


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I put iridium NGK's and K&N filter in mine.....slightly noticeable
 

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i was actually looking at getting a clutch kit as i mentioned and a big gun evo muffler
prob just slip on.. not sure yet ..

seems to be the biggest rumble ? and has the silencer insert

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Biggest gain you will see is QSC clutch kit trust me on this one. I have a clutch kit, plugs done to mine and didn't notice any gain over the plugs but the kit however big gain. If you want hard out of the hole get a kit from QSC and put both shims in it, you will tip over backwards LOL.
 

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Sounds good where do I get the qsi? From my dealership has annoyed the crap out of me so I've taken it upon myself to do it myself lol

I can lift the wheels np now so I'm assuming the clutch kit will make it worse lol

And then the muffler is mental hp lol

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A slip on muffler will not improve power.

Your best bet is the clutch kit.
 

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Hey so wasn't boggy as much as not what I wanted lol

But now it's like I'm running on 1 cylinder I changed the plugs but I hit throttle and it just sputter
Just happened yesterday
 

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You might have spun the timing gear.
 
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