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post #1 of 22 Old 05-15-2012, 03:41 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys i just bought a 700xx (upgrade from the raptor 700) i was just curious on mods i want to to a k & n but do i need a fuel commander with it run to lead and eventually i want to get an exhaust is a fuel commander hard to use? with all the mapping and stuff it looks soooooo confusing?
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best thing to do is the ehs big3 go to ehsracing.com and you can see the pakage deal it puts out awsome power!!

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Sparks also makes a package that is very nice as well and they give you a map if you plan o go with the power commander

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If you are only doing the filter right now I would just get a uni. That way you don't have to worry about a programmer right now plus in my opinion its better in dusty conditions.


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1st Welcome to club. I too would go with the uni filter, and next for less money get a 13t front sprocket. Then If you still have funds, I'd look at the L8ton sway bar, for $220.00 After this is all done I'd look into Tires, programmer and then full exhaust. And if you want more after this you have to dig deeper into pockets, cam, head work, piston. And then your about done, beside of coarse adding all the custom stuff along the way like skid plates, nerf's, handlebars, grips, hand guards, the list goes on and on...

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thanks everybody for the input and M Quick with the uni will i need a commander or is the same air flow just a better quality filter? i was looking at the l8ton sway bar and tires i was thinking maxis razrs 22-10-11 for the rears and maxxis razr 2s size 23-7-10 would that work and fit in the back making them an inch wider? and in the sway bar is it hard to install and 9/16 v 11/16 which one do you have and which one is better i ride rough rock trails and like to jump. One more question when i ride the fan never seems to come on i checked the fuse and they are all good idk why its not kicking on?
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I have the Razr2 fronts in 23-7-10 and personally I would go with the 22-7-10. I have found that I dont like that much extra height on the front and a few guys from the club that I ride with have the 22" ones and I like it better. Just my 2 cents and the L8ton swaybar was my favorite mod to date!

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did you do the 9 or the 11/16/
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11/16 I am able to slide around sooo easy now and the IRS still works perfectly in the rough and rocky stuff!

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yea im debating which one they say the 11/16 is to stiff but i dont know? was it easy to install?
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