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06-28-2011 10:49 PM
Kawamikie I installed the 13t on my xx. It's much better than stock for the hilly woods riding I do.
06-14-2011 09:00 PM
redkaz04 I enjoyed the 13T at durhamtown......rode over a 100 miles and thought the 13t was good for acceleration. Never really got out of 4th gear at all.
06-14-2011 07:41 PM
hipowernut
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Originally Posted by redkaz04 View Post
update on the 13t: You don't need it with the big three lol. Unless you ride very technical trails....I went back to the 14t last night after putting about 40 miles on the xx saturday. It was my first day riding with ehs big three and it was much quicker and felt more powerful, but I found my self in-between 2/3 or 3/4 all day. Today I rode with the 14t for about 30 miles and poof, it was wayy better! Just my 2 cents......70 miles in two days at Durhamtown was fun!
Would you suggest a 13T for a stock 2009 700XX that will be ridden at Durhamtown? I rode my 650 Rincon there two months ago and had a blast and will soon be back with my new 700XX.
06-13-2011 02:16 AM
92K1500 Even with the 13T we usually don't get out of 3rd gear unless there is a big open straight. So the extra low end helps a bunch so we aren't constantly slipping the clutch in the tight stuff.
06-12-2011 10:27 PM
RaVxX If you have a full exhaust, programmer and filter, try the 15T, i cant go back to a 14T, tried and it felt slow to me.
06-12-2011 10:03 PM
redkaz04 update on the 13t: You don't need it with the big three lol. Unless you ride very technical trails....I went back to the 14t last night after putting about 40 miles on the xx saturday. It was my first day riding with ehs big three and it was much quicker and felt more powerful, but I found my self in-between 2/3 or 3/4 all day. Today I rode with the 14t for about 30 miles and poof, it was wayy better! Just my 2 cents......70 miles in two days at Durhamtown was fun!
06-07-2011 12:36 AM
92K1500 Maybe so, but I still wouldn't try it.

One or the other yes, but not both without a programmer. It is already running lean to begin with.
06-07-2011 12:33 AM
smo0oth1
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Well that's common to happen when something is ran way too lean.
If its a stock bike and all he does is remove the exhaust baffle and Filter cage it'll be fine
06-07-2011 12:19 AM
92K1500 Well that's common to happen when something is ran way too lean.
06-07-2011 12:05 AM
smo0oth1
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You will gain holes in your piston and burnt valves.

That should free up a few extra ponies.
Why would you believe it to burn holes in the piston?
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