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post #1 of 12 Old 02-21-2017, 10:23 PM Thread Starter
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Less Torque for Trail riding?? Smoother transition??

I notice this quad has ALOT of torque in 1st and second, almost unusable in tight situations and could be dangerous.

I dropped down to a 13T and went up in tire size and I am not liking it, I was even remembering the 14t was "torquey" too. Can I go to a 15T to help this??

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what ?? you are crying because you have to much power ?

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what ?? you are crying because you have to much power ?
Don't be a b!tch, I am talking about the poorly designed EFI of Honda and their poorly designed throttle response.
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yeah but if you are the only one complaining...... then its .........ummm ....your XX that has a problem . do you know of someone that has a XX so that you could ride it to compare ?

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yeah but if you are the only one complaining...... then its .........ummm ....your XX that has a problem . do you know of someone that has a XX so that you could ride it to compare ?
Well after doing research seems to be a bunch of people complaining about the throttle response......maybe look it up. Its a poor design. I have built and driven race cars at 1100whp, i don't have an issue with power, its how its managed by a ECU.
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well there is all ways the dynojet commander V w/auto tune

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what ?? you are crying because you have to much power ?
That's what I was thinking. I love the power and torque of my 700's.
The 15t may help, but you will have to shave the case saver some. Stock the 700 needs the 13t to even hold its own idle. I have no issues with throttle response on my quads, but I do have fuel programmer's on both.

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You can reduce the rear sprocket, but not sure how small they go. I think it's 3 teeth for the rear to match 1 tooth in the front.
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I rode the sh!t out of the quad today for a couple hours and got used to it. I was just used to my 16 Scrambler 850 which has a total different style of response. Afterwards it was manageable, but if I'm gonna climb a rock or a log well have to see, but the quad is super fast, I do notice with the 13t the top gear falls a little bit compared to the lower gears.
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You don't want less torque I'd think you just want better throttle response. Vortex ECU with a good tune will take care of that but very pricey

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