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    Anybody know their F7 raceboxes well?

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    • Member since
      April 2009
    Anybody know their F7 raceboxes well?
    Posted by moparman13045 on Saturday, January 30, 2010 7:22 PM

     I purchased a racebox off someone online, he said it was a 660ft box. I am not sure but I was wondering if there are ones that are for modded sleds and stock ones. This one says scprost700-1 on it in blue letters. Wondering if anyone knows what this means. My F7 is stock other than a clutch kit. I plugged it in and ran it, its fast with it (have EGT gauges too) but I notice that idle takes a while to settle down to normal rpm. Maybe I have the wrong one? Thanks in advance for any info.

    • Member since
      June 2006
    Posted by bigkid on Saturday, January 30, 2010 8:31 PM

    i think that box is for a mod sled or pro-stock race motor high rpms.all the race boxes i got are 7 grass 20 that i run on my stock f7.

    • Member since
      June 2007
    • From: Buffalo, NY
    Posted by mxzjesse2000 on Monday, February 1, 2010 10:38 PM
    Probably a prostock box
    • Member since
      April 2009
    Posted by moparman13045 on Tuesday, February 2, 2010 6:33 AM

     Yes you guys are right, the guy I bought it from just contacted me and says that its for a twin pipe sled with motor mods (yes prostock) and 500ft.  Thanks  for the replies

    • Member since
      September 2007
    Posted by Boosted3/S on Sunday, February 7, 2010 9:11 PM
    Its the 500 foot box thats the only arctic cat race curve for the f-7.

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