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whats the spring cost ?

what kind of difference would I see from the orange to the gold ?
The springs are only about 20 bucks


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cool, if you could find out that would be great....
I don't want to change it if its not going to do anything for me.
I can change it pretty quick, just a pain with everything else I need to get ready.
You would still see an improvement with the orange spring but we can always send a gold instead. We now stock every Rhino spring EPI makes except for the red, I think the red is for a ball point pen as light as it is!
So far im convinced the purple is the way to go with no internal mods but on the other hand I haven't tried the gold one. I think it is too much for a semi-stock rhino. Just my .02
Good call Jeff, I forgot the purple was in between the orange and gold. We have a purple spring that we have made that we use for the 660 machines so I tend to forget about the Epi purple.

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yea, I'm not running a powerhouse like some of these guys
What weights are you running in your sheave?
whatever came stock.
I have a hunterworks sheave, and I did the slider upgrade - thats when I got the orange spring, but never installed it. Funny thing was, my sliders were in perfect shape when I took them out - and that was at approx 1200 miles on the rhino.

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The sliders are a touch and go thing on the 700 models, some never go bad and some have gone bad in just a few hundred miles. The 47 bucks for the upgraded slider is just cheap insurance. As far as the spring I will see if I can find out the vin or date that they changed it at the factory, who sold you the spring?

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You have 20g weights then.


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my sliders looked brand new when I took them out. Still have them and the original sheave sitting on the shelf.
Steve, I don't think I bought the kit from you - I think I got it from Unleashed back then.

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Larry, I see your in So. Cal. What part?



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I live in Costa Mesa and work in Whittier -
you ?

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Nice, my wife grew up in Costa mesa and Huntington. I live in Pamdale.



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cool, well not really....I guess hot would be better....hehe
bet your wife wishes you guys lived in CM or HB during the summer ??
Palmdale is much closer to the riding area's though.

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She loves it down there. I grew up here and was always able to just drop everything and ride.



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my sliders looked brand new when I took them out. Still have them and the original sheave sitting on the shelf.
Steve, I don't think I bought the kit from you - I think I got it from Unleashed back then.
No worries, I'll help you get it right for you

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1bddelx -

Did you ever get the proper tune with your MSD? I have a similar set up and interested in what mapping numbers you are running. Thanks.
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Did you ever get the proper tune with your MSD? I have a similar set up and interested in what mapping numbers you are running. Thanks.
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Hey STEVE what do you guys use for the 660s I think im running the orange right now but might be looking to play around with my set up a little. Off the line it doesnt grab hard in seems to slip or something is slipping, what are the chances its the wet clutch ? Thanks and sorry Jeff

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my sliders looked brand new when I took them out. Still have them and the original sheave sitting on the shelf.
Steve, I don't think I bought the kit from you - I think I got it from Unleashed back then.
No worries, I'll help you get it right for you
thanks Steve,
appreciate the help!!

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