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    shims are .020'' thick part # 90201-483p9 from yamaha difference mainly is spring rate the yellow/white/yellow is a little stiffer rate which changes the shift pattern

    shims help bring the engagement up
    TOO MANY GPX'S
    TOO MANY SRX'S
    A FEW EXCITERS
    A FEW SS440'S
    SOME PHAZERS
    A 2000 VMAX 700 WITH OVER 14,000 MILES AND COUNTING

    JUST TOO MANY SLEDS AND NOT ENOUGH TIME

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamaha Nutz View Post
    shims are .020'' thick part # 90201-483p9 from yamaha difference mainly is spring rate the yellow/white/yellow is a little stiffer rate which changes the shift pattern

    shims help bring the engagement up
    Thank you for the explanation. Just double checking, This set up is for the newer 96 clutches correct?

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    primary yes ...oops secondary is a reverse cam set that with stock spring at 3-3 or 6-1
    TOO MANY GPX'S
    TOO MANY SRX'S
    A FEW EXCITERS
    A FEW SS440'S
    SOME PHAZERS
    A 2000 VMAX 700 WITH OVER 14,000 MILES AND COUNTING

    JUST TOO MANY SLEDS AND NOT ENOUGH TIME

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    Getting to be that time of year again !! Looking for some additional bolt on mods for my 96 Phazer. right now motor is stock with a bender pipe.

    Would VMax 600 carbs and reeds be worth doing? If so, whats needed to do the conversion and what reeds are best? thank you.

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    if you want to keep the oil injection you will need a vmax 540 or EX570 oil injection cable and throttle block from matching sled that the carbs came from plus the choke cables and throttle cable to match ....reed boysen reeds are a nice upgrade or a set of stock yamaha reeds and cages from a 97 or newer 5-600 twin with the fiber reeds jetting will be determined on what year carbs you use and what the sled wants
    TOO MANY GPX'S
    TOO MANY SRX'S
    A FEW EXCITERS
    A FEW SS440'S
    SOME PHAZERS
    A 2000 VMAX 700 WITH OVER 14,000 MILES AND COUNTING

    JUST TOO MANY SLEDS AND NOT ENOUGH TIME

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamaha Nutz View Post
    if you want to keep the oil injection you will need a vmax 540 or EX570 oil injection cable and throttle block from matching sled that the carbs came from plus the choke cables and throttle cable to match ....reed boysen reeds are a nice upgrade or a set of stock yamaha reeds and cages from a 97 or newer 5-600 twin with the fiber reeds jetting will be determined on what year carbs you use and what the sled wants
    Are the carbs worth doing? I'm looking at a set from a 94 vmax 600. Go with the 2 stage reeds? Thanks for the help.

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