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    Default Stock 2001 SRX 700 primary - A fresh start

    I have a bit of a budget and I'm tired of fighting with shift kits, moving weights around, etc. I'm going to order clutch parts and while I could just go back to stock, I'm wanting it to pull better than that. What's a great setup that will just keep pulling my arms off. The new-to-me clutch I'm working with has low miles and very little wear so all I need is advice on what new Yamaha spring, weights, roller diameters, etc. to order. Trying to keep things simple this time around. Thanks!!!

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    stock 8dn20 weights, 4.5 rivet in both holes, a white/white/white primary spring, 15.6mm rollers, 51/45 helix with green dot desc. spring at 70 degrees. bout as simple as it gets and much improvement over stock.
    It's just a little 700!

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    Thank you, sir! Looking forward to getting it on there and hitting the trails! What's the "desc."" abbreviation?

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    I have a Bender 51/45 collecting dust. PM me if interested.

    Get a gram scale if you don’t have one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wizard View Post
    Thank you, sir! Looking forward to getting it on there and hitting the trails! What's the "desc."" abbreviation?
    I am guessing that is supposed to be sec for secondary. Probably auto corrected.
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    Yes, he ment "green dot secondary spring"

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    The Bender I have is marked.... 03 RX1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrviper700 View Post
    stock 8dn20 weights, 4.5 rivet in both holes, a white/white/white primary spring, 15.6mm rollers, 51/45 helix with green dot desc. spring at 70 degrees. bout as simple as it gets and much improvement over stock.
    mrviper can I also use this setup on my 97 vx700sxa. I already have the green dot secondary.

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    C & P from Tech Sec.

    97-99 SX700 Trail
    51/43 Helix, stock weights w/4.5g rivet in 1st hole and 3.1g in tip, 2-3 engagement shims, stock springs, 1 or 2 layers removed from head gasket and 22/40 gearing. Jetting: 142.5 mains
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4wealn View Post
    mrviper can I also use this setup on my 97 vx700sxa. I already have the green dot secondary.
    no, it wont work on a 97 sx, you don't have a long spring cap on clutch and the weight will be too heavy resulting in low rpm and poor performance. 8 dn20 weights from a 2000-02 srx will work good in a sx but youd have to use a lot lighter rivets as the weights are already heavier then stock. a longer spring cap from a srx will allow you to use the long springs as well. 51/43 helix works good in a sx. do you have any parts besides stock to work with?
    It's just a little 700!

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