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Old 04-14-2008, 08:32 PM
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I have a rev 800 144 and want to set it up to not "wheelie" as much...
I have no experience and need some guidance on what works...
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you can pull up the limiter straps on the front arm of the skid, this will take pressure or weight off the front half of the track on the ground, putting more weight on the skis causing it not to pull the ski's up as easy, also helps getting the sled up on top of the powder. Or you can crank up the spring pressure on the rear shock which will give the skid less transfer uppon acceleration keeping the front down as well!
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call holz. they make a kit to sort of make it coupled. you can tighten the front limiter which helps a bunch.

move the handlebars forward.

call holz. he will have setup ideas.
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