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  1. #1
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    Question get more power out of my 03 Pro-X 600

    Would V-Force 3 Reeds do anything for my 03 Pro-X 600? If not what else could I do to it to give it more power?

    thanks!

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    In order for us to give suggestions, it may be handy to know what you have at this time. Is your sled currently stock?

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    yes it is completely stock, except it has a MBRP can on it.

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    The power of the sled may already be there, but a HUGE difference is how efficiently your delivering that power. Hands down the first thing that you should look at is a clutch kit. It will maximize the power going to the ground for your given style of riding, and will aid in any other future mods to the motor.

    In this order, these are my suggestions. Keep in mind, it's my .02, and I'm running all of these on my sled, unless stated.

    1.Clutch Kit(discussed)
    2.Bost Bottle (will ballance the motor, and clean up low end responce)
    3.Reeds V-forceIII or Boisen(better atomiziation of the fuel and clean up low end throttle response)
    4.SLP High Flow intake kit & Flo-rites
    5.Head Kit. (I had my stock ones shaved due to better compression vs aftermarket.
    6.High Quality Plug wires(better spark and more precise timing)

    Don't forget fresh plugs. It will make a differance

  5. #5
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    Thanks for the suggestions! I will defenetly consider a clutch kit. previously I was riding my dads 2003 xcsp 800, I bought my pro-x just 3 weeks ago. now i finally got to go out and ride it yesterday and wow impressive for a 600cc I thought.
    Also do you or any one you know, know much about the 03 xcsp 800s?

    Thanks!!

  6. #6
    Jetting will help a little by making the fuel/air ratio a slight bit leaner , but make sure you know what stock was and remember to check your plugs more often when riding in colder weather, and change jets as needed. You don't want to burn it down. It may even help with mileage. My $.02

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