MSR Flywheel Weight

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  • YZippy

Posted August 16, 2005 - 03:03 PM


I ran across a 6 Oz. bolt on weight for my 400F. I can get it cheap. Anyone here have experience with them. The seller said it was a bolt on, but I thought the MSR was a drill and tap. Is 6 Oz even enough?? I was going to get a DRD or GYT-R, but this looks too good to be it??

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  • rasta

Posted August 16, 2005 - 03:33 PM


i used a zip ty racing 6 oz bolt -on on mine made a big differnce

  • djbiker

Posted August 17, 2005 - 02:52 PM


msr makes two types of fly wheels a bolt on and a drill and tap they also sell a cover to give the fly wheel more room , a 6 oz is fine for racing but not enough for trails a slow stuff

ps my price on one of those is like$ 28.99
they also make a 9 and 11oz

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