?Steahly website?



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  • JPNTHUMP

Posted August 07, 2000 - 01:31 AM

#1

Does anyone know a web address for Steahly? I want more info on flywheel weights and my search engine is giving me nothing. The Terrycable site has no weight info.

  • Guest_Guest_*

Posted August 07, 2000 - 02:20 PM

#2

I dont know their address but I bought one for my 426, I bought the 12 ounce and it came already installed on a new flywheel in a yamaha box. They offered it seperate but I wanted to be able to remove it if needed so I bought it complete, it ran about $185 or so.

Norman Kissam
Beaumont, Tx

  • JPNTHUMP

Posted August 12, 2000 - 07:37 PM

#3

What kind of results did you get from the 12 Oz.? I'm getting the hang of keeping it running but I'm still stalling here and there. I dont want to lose too much rev because I love the way it digs in and pulls out of sand corners. I do allot of trail riding in California (when I'm there)and I think the weight will work well there.
Is it easy to remove/install? Would it be something I can swap out for motocross and return to for offroad in quick order. I know Terrycable has a 3 weight kit to change back and forth, but only in 8,9, and 10 Oz. I've read here & most seem to go with the 12 Oz. I just want an honest view of the ups and downs on added flywheel weight. Will I lose the beutiful power delivery/hit?

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  • Guest_Guest_*

Posted August 13, 2000 - 06:20 AM

#4

Honestly I couldnt tell much difference with or without mine other than it was much easier to stall without it. I didnt notice any power loss at all, I race harescrambles and our last gran prix was at a local track so I removed for practice and ended up putting it back on for the race. It does give it a little more compression braking but other than that I really dont notice it.

Norman Kissam
Beaumont, Tx

  • Derwood

Posted August 14, 2000 - 07:21 AM

#5

I installed the 10 oz Zip-Ty wieght on my 99 YZ400 and noticed a huge difference. For play riding the difference was huge, less stalling, more engine braking and the best part, better traction..... It was incredible, I was climbing stuff that the year before I was struggling on. The down side? The Engine doesn't rev as quick. I bought the 6oz and 8oz weights as well and will try those to see which one offers the best of both worlds.

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Derwood, traped in IL
99YZ400

  • JPNTHUMP

Posted August 14, 2000 - 09:14 PM

#6

Keep me informed on how those weights work out my friend. How long does it take to swap out the weight?





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