Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada
On the grizz they are machining the ramps on the primary sheave deeper towards the centre to simulate a 2mm of shim, and then add a 1mm shim between the primarys. This gives you about 30% lower starting. It costs you a few MPH, but they they mod the fixed plate to get it back, and maybe a MPH more. I assume if you conintued to machine the ramps further, or used OD weights you would get more on top to compensate for the lower gearing.
07 Grizzly 700, 11:1 Stock Bore, G axles up front, 27" 589s, powermadd handguards, heated grips, One off dual 2" intake snorkels, 2" CVT snorkels, and a can-do attitude.