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post #1 of 10 Old 05-26-2018, 11:41 PM Thread Starter
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Slowing down the 700

I’m trying to slow down my 700 I do a lot of trail riding and I have 26 inch tires I’ve went to 12 and 42 tooth sprockets that helped But not enough has anyone ever messed around with changing the internal gearing
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You must be using a 12 inch wheel. Which one did you find to fit? If you are using a 12" wheel you could go down to a 23" rear tire and that would help to slow it down. I have not heard of anyone changing the internals to go slower. You might be able to find a recluse clutch. That would help.

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Do they make a recluse or the 700 I would get one immediately if they did I have one on my TRX 450 and I love it. My tires and rims are just Polaris ranger take offs with spacers
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How do you keep them from rubbing your heal guards? I know the 25's I had on rubbed, but only on jumps and tight turns. And I think your the 1st post on here, looking for ideas to slow the 700 down.

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Didn’t figure it would be a hot topic I can’t find any information out there I had to make my own rear sprocket usually everybody wants to go faster but we do a lot of trail riding and we try to go to Colorado every year some of the mountain trails you have to go slow
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Perhaps the 700xx wasn't the right choice for you then. I know every time I get into slow technical stuff my quad gets extremely hot on the right leg. I'm not really sure, but last I herd EFM made a auto clutch kit, give them a call.



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Thank you for the info. I rode a lot of different 4 wheelers the 700 suits me best but I’m always trying to improve it. I am a perfectionist to say the least and I am never satisfied with anything whether I build it or not. I put on a HMF exhaust and tuner And wraped the pipe. it made a huge difference. My wife liked it so much she wants it on hers but this time I will probably buy the new black out pipe. It is ceramic coated and should help even more with the heat. I found a different tuner called the Dino jet didn’t know what you guys prefer not always trying to improve
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I would find out if the recluse kit for the XR650R dirt bike is the same as the 700xx. I would like a photo of your creation. I am trying to find away to add some fender coverage on my 700. Looks like the best solution is to ride in rain gear.

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It’s more of a monstrosity
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I know what you’re saying about the fenders I’ve been playing with that idea tooI was thinking of something along the lines of the DS 650 I haven’t found one yet to take some pictures and see how they mount them I’m sure it wouldn’t be too difficult to re-create something like that
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