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    asphalt build questions

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    • Member since
      December 2009
    asphalt build questions
    Posted by outlaw fab shop on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 8:26 PM

    heres the baseline...

    1994 mach z 780 w/ 1900 original miles

    10-5/8 track (thanks one bad 800)

    older 136 proline skid

    motor is 100% stock, gonna remove airbox for some weight removal,stock pipes with dynoport 3 in 3 out can, looking for some clutching suggwstions, rider is about 280 dressed. thanks in advance

    mark

    • Member since
      July 2005
    • From: centeral N.Y.
    Posted by 77srx on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 2:21 PM

    When I built my 2000 mach Z 809 with dynoport pipes I'm pretty sure I left the clutches stock. Jetted 6 sizes down from stock and ran a 121 proline with a 121X10.5 track. At first I ran a airdam then later removed it. It ran the high 9's 210 lb driver. No air box. Perfect bracket racer. Don't forget to build a cool down box.

    • Member since
      December 2009
    Posted by outlaw fab shop on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 8:13 PM

    77srx

    When I built my 2000 mach Z 809 with dynoport pipes I'm pretty sure I left the clutches stock. Jetted 6 sizes down from stock and ran a 121 proline with a 121X10.5 track. At first I ran a airdam then later removed it. It ran the high 9's 210 lb driver. No air box. Perfect bracket racer. Don't forget to build a cool down box.

     

    thanks 77 thats some good info..appreciate you 

    mark

    • Member since
      July 2005
    • From: Shelby twp. , MI
    Posted by onebad800 on Thursday, February 26, 2015 1:20 PM

    i can help with clutching we can discuss when you pick up the track.

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    • Member since
      December 2009
    Posted by outlaw fab shop on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 6:44 PM

    ttt

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