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upnorthbacon

2010 and up w/flywheel weights?

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Racing hare scrambles and enduros and some of the singletrack is first and second gear tight. I've currently got the woods map installed and running a G2 throttle tamer. I'm not having stalling issues for the most part, but it's still pretty jerky down low lugging. It's tiring me out more than my old carbed two stroke. Anyone running flywheel weights did it take the jerky low end away or is the throttle still a toggle switch in first gear?

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Pull your throttle body and send it off to Injectioneering. ...You'll be able to put your left hand on top of your helmet and pick your way through a rock pile...The GYT flywheeel weight will help even more......

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Pull your throttle body and send it off to Injectioneering. ...You'll be able to put your left hand on top of your helmet and pick your way through a rock pile...The GYT flywheeel weight will help even more......

I have the GYT-R FW weight on my '10, it doesn't eliminate much of the jerkiness. (but it does reduce stalling, and makes the motor even more of a tractor!)

Sounds like the throttle body mod is the hot setup for tight trail riding.

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