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    Has anyone run these weights in their sleds? I got -97 mm700 with power inc. end dumps and i need to drop down the rpm alot and tought that I could order those super tips. Seems like no one is using them on these older triples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnishsledder View Post
    Has anyone run these weights in their sleds? I got -97 mm700 with power inc. end dumps and i need to drop down the rpm alot and tought that I could order those super tips. Seems like no one is using them on these older triples.
    I have run them in all kinds of sleds. They have a pretty nice profile. Ulmer Racing Sells them and I am sure could send them to you pre-set up.
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    I was going to order them straight from STM as that seemed easiest way to get them to Finland. Forgot to name the brand tho

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    I would call him to be sure about overall weight and set up.

    https://shop.ulmerracing.com/ulmer-r...uctid=-6469774
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnishsledder View Post
    I was going to order them straight from STM as that seemed easiest way to get them to Finland. Forgot to name the brand tho
    I understand , I wouldn't go any heaver then 50G.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSled View Post
    I understand , I wouldn't go any heaver then 50G.
    Yeah the weight was the thing what was i were worried about. If I Would throw a stiffer spring in the primary wouldn't it then handle even heavier weights?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnishsledder View Post
    Yeah the weight was the thing what was i were worried about. If I Would throw a stiffer spring in the primary wouldn't it then handle even heavier weights?
    you can load that weight pretty heavy but your base weight is 50G to start.
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    I would suggest a set of 40-10 heelclicker weights. I have done everything with them, from slow three picking in the woods, to hauling firewood, to trail performance, to dragracing on my 01 MM 700.
    My set ups are for a single pipe, but are easily adjustable to triple pipes. The hardest part is to get ahold of these weights, you pretty much must call to USA.
    02 SRX 700. 22/38, 50/40, belly pr, MM skis, Mx perf tr rods, TPI valves, temp gauge, HC
    01 MM 700. Reeds mod, hauck gasket, 44/38, tr enh kit, temp gauge, bellypan protector.
    99 VT 600. European edition. Cargo rack & box, tow hitch, 50/38
    97 VT 500.Tempaflow, dupont, belly pan protector, 41, HC, tow hitch.
    97 SX 600. SRX rear HE. Hauck X weights, 39 h, dupont, 22/39, bwb prim spring.


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