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post #11 of 30 Old 07-02-2009, 01:21 AM
 
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The best thing is its a $20 upgrade that only take a handfull of bolts to change. get it, use it, keep the stock, and change them according to riding conditions.

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The best thing is its a $20 upgrade that only take a handfull of bolts to change. get it, use it, keep the stock, and change them according to riding conditions.
Yep. I keep my 14 tooth in the tool box, but I think it will stay there. Not having to feather the clutch and throttle on technical trails makes me giddy like a school girl.



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I put the 13 tooth to day at the dunes and I think its almost a better mod than the big three ($17 compaired to $1500) cuse I can pull the front up easely in 1-3 and some times 4th.the only bad things it caused was I have even more feelings that I can go any where and thats how I rolled it. I am not sure if rolling it or standing it on end caused the oil to run into the air box but it had about a half inch in it.
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Yep. I keep my 14 tooth in the tool box, but I think it will stay there. Not having to feather the clutch and throttle on technical trails makes me giddy like a school girl.
Wont be changin mine back EVER! 13T is the only way to go, Honda always gears thier quads too high IMO. My Raptor was right out of the box no changes needed. Here's to U Yahama.

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Can you use stock chain with the 13t?

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Yes it works perfectly u need to set the adjusters at 24, or 25, cant remeber, hold on. I looked at mine 24.

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Yes it works perfectly u need to set the adjusters at 24, or 25, cant remeber, hold on. I looked at mine 24.
OK. What does it mean to change the adjusters? Also, does the master link on the chain have to be broke to change out the sprocket?
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U need to loosen the 14mm bolt that holds the front sprocket before u take the chain off, holdin the rear break helps loosen it. On the back at the bottom of the subframe of the quad there's a large bolt/nut with an adjuster on each side that are numbered, look like the same thing thats on a motorcycle, U just loosen the bolt/nut and move them to the correct #. Thats how u adjust ur chain. Thier's not a master link in the stock chain on the 700xx. U just loosen the chain and u can take the sproket off Hope this helps.

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U need to loosen the 14mm bolt that holds the front sprocket before u take the chain off, holdin the rear break helps loosen it. On the back at the bottom of the subframe of the quad there's a large bolt/nut with an adjuster on each side that are numbered, look like the same thing thats on a motorcycle, U just loosen the bolt/nut and move them to the correct #. Thats how u adjust ur chain. Thier's not a master link in the stock chain on the 700xx. U just loosen the chain and u can take the sproket off Hope this helps.
Sounds easy enough! Thanks for the help!
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No problem! Its super easy to do. Just glad I could help.

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