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Thread: Boyesen or vforce reeds with reed spacers worth it?

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    Completely shut, flat. You can flip them to buy more time or replace.

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    ok so can someone that has bought carbon tech tell me if that price is for 1 or for all 3? I'm thinking of replacing mine simply because they are 15 yrs old...

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    They are for all of them. The first # in the part number is the number of cylinders. The rest is model number.
    Example:
    235LT and 335LT. Both are the same reeds. One kit is for a twin(235LT) and the other is for a triple (335LT).
    And I have bought many sets.
    Look at the first # for a V-Max4.
    http://www.carbontech.com/snow/yamaha.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammer Down View Post
    Should there be a gap in the reeds or should they be completely shut? I'm running carbontech.
    There should be ZERO gap. I know that the Carbontech reeds are manufactured with a very very slight arc in them. It isn't even noticeable when your holding them. Seeings how they are black in color, place them on a white piece of paper to distinguish which way the arc is. Install them w/ the arc up. That way the tips of them are always tight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammer Down View Post
    Should there be a gap in the reeds or should they be completely shut? I'm running carbontech.
    Post #10.
    https://www.totallyamaha.net/showthr...ght=Carbontech
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