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NOS-PRO
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NOS-PRO

"The Burnman", Male, from Newton, Wisconsin

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NOS-PRO was last seen:
Aug 12, 2018 at 12:21 PM
    1. Yamahafr3ak
      Yamahafr3ak
      Hey i just picked up a viper just wondering could you help me get a decent set up for it?
      1. NOS-PRO
        NOS-PRO
        Sure, what are you looking for? Performance off-trail? On trail?
        Mar 12, 2018
    2. Nytro1386
      Nytro1386
      Hey just curious where you get you sleds wrapped. I am looking at getting a sidewinder and am going to want to get it wrapped. Thanks for the help.
      1. NOS-PRO
        NOS-PRO
        I have had my sleds wrapped at Victory Sign in Suamico, Wi.
        Jan 31, 2018
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      2. Nytro1386
        Nytro1386
        Thanks for the info will check into them when i get my next sled
        Jan 31, 2018
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    3. nyrtro 1
      nyrtro 1
      nytro1 i am looking into buying clutch set up for 14 viper we race up hill snow drags 175 pound rider ltxse137 4 160studs per bar sled runs really well has been true 98mph out of box we run stock 6and 7 nothing has been touched is the thunder products kit the way to go with the new orange spring thanks for any help and being stock is it worth having box reprogramed
    4. Donald E Wiitala
      Donald E Wiitala
      I need a better seat for the 03 rx1 and a piece called a "" bolt,engine adjusting"" threaded engine mount piece
    5. Bob Akins
      Bob Akins
      I found some older posts regarding your clutching for the 2014 Viper, I just bought one with 1450 miles, didn't get a chance to ride it, lost our snow. I ride in Northern Michigan and in the UP. What was your "Final" clutching components and did you machine both clutches? I would have to get it done by someone (Ulmer?) I am thinking of the Ulmer or Straightline can. I'm getting everything done now for next winter.
    6. Beenba
      Beenba
      I've read that you've machined your primary for Overdrive. My Nytro just rolled over 15000km, and I plan to do some clutch work and install 2 speed turk setup. When you machine for overdrive do you only machine the bottom faces of the clutch sheaves, or have you changed the angle at all? Cheers
      1. NOS-PRO
        NOS-PRO
        Just straight cuts on the bottom faces of the sheaves...then radius the corner with a file and emery cloth to blend in the angle
        Feb 8, 2017
    7. justin1620
      justin1620
      Hey Nos-Pro. I'm looking at a thunder products clutch kit for my stock sidewinder ltx-le..with studs.... how do you think this kit will affect top end speed? Which belt should I use? Thanks!
      1. NOS-PRO
        NOS-PRO
        Thunder Products kit is designed to improve the entire range...bottom to top, but still giving a very low 2400 engagement rpm so you can pull up to a gas pump, cross a road or load a trailer with ease....not high engagement so you spin the track all the time. Plus the low engagement will work awesome for those in the deep snow as the sled will crawl on top of the snow instead of digging holes.
        Dec 7, 2016
      2. NOS-PRO
        NOS-PRO
        Gearing is limited in the Sidewinder and you will want to check what gearing you may have. I think the LE came with gearing that will come out of the hole like a scared rabbit, but you will run out of gear at 100mph. A clutch kit won't help with top speed if you run out of gearing. Just being honest.
        Dec 7, 2016
    8. Deeppow16
      Deeppow16
      Hey Nos-Pro! I have a nytro mtx and I put a slip on pipe and fuel controller on last year and when I hit the gas I'm now hitting the rev limiter. I know I need to add some weight and was thinking about getting the heavy hitters. What weight should I start at and how much adjustablity is there? Thanks!
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      2. NOS-PRO
        NOS-PRO
        Go with the 48 gram weights and you will be set :)
        They will go up to middle 50's for total weight....more than enough.
        Oct 13, 2016
      3. Deeppow16
        Deeppow16
        Ok thanks for the comment!
        Oct 13, 2016
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    9. Dusty Dan
      Dusty Dan
      Hi Nos-Pro. I have a 2012 Vector with a very noisy primary, at just over 18,000 KM. I added the Schmidt Bros quiet kit but there was no improvement. I read about the stub shaft from the crank so I pulled the primary yesterday and while I did not remove the stub shaft, I could feel virtually zero movement. I am thinking I maybe need a rebuild, but would really like your opinion as to most likely culprit.

      TIA,
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      2. NOS-PRO
        NOS-PRO
        No, if there is....I don't know as I purchase everything separately from Yamaha (weight bushings, clutch cover bushing, moveable sheave bushing, plastic shoes for the spider, rollers and washers). The clutch also has to be taken apart where you need a grunt tool. These tools are not cheap, so people have their Yamaha dealer take it apart.

        Hope this helps
        Mar 25, 2016
      3. NOS-PRO
        NOS-PRO
        How do the sheaves look? If really used, there will be cracks at the bottom by the main shaft. For what you can buy sheaves and parts for, you could get a clutch from Barn of Parts for $250
        Mar 25, 2016
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      4. Dusty Dan
        Dusty Dan
        Thanks, really much appreciated.
        Mar 25, 2016
    10. olie72
      olie72
      Perfect thanks I will definitely give him a call.
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    11. olie72
      olie72
      Hey Nos- pro I am thinking of getting a Big venom clutch kit, I can tinker a bit but I have never done a clutch kit. Is this kit pretty simple to install and fine tune? Thanks for any info you may have.
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      2. NOS-PRO
        NOS-PRO
        Hi olite72 :)
        Yes, the kit is very simple to install and there is a video of the installation in the thread "Big Venom Kit". Lonn from Thunder Products has also included a manual that is very helpful in fine tuning the weights to your liking. When ordering a kit, tell Lonn your information and the weights will come pre-assembled and be very very close if not spot on to your riding, weight and altitude :)

        Terry
        Dec 16, 2015
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    12. Alsim
      Alsim
      Hi Terry ! My name is Alain and I from Quebec. I saw a fews post from you about your Clutching since last winter. Thank you are very generous to help us.My LTX is stock .I just bought mbrp can .
      Now I have to make choice for the best set up . I'm not sure if the 8fp weight are the best for the acceleration corner to corner , drag , etc? Did you had a chance to compare your set up with the others like DD, ulmer, etc.
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      2. NOS-PRO
        NOS-PRO
        Hi Alain, the 8FP weights put a lot of squeeze on the belt (which I am running the 8DN belt now) and really can be used for off-trail, accceleration and drag. It's how much of a rivot you use at what elevation. I am down low at about 600-1000 feet elevation. If you are higher elevation, you need less weight.
        Oct 9, 2014
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Newton, Wisconsin
    Occupation:
    Quality Assurance Manager
    Country:
    USA
    Snowmobile:
    Sidewinder, SR Viper, Nytro, SRX, Phazer, V-max 4, SX-R

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    2015 IHRA Import Eliminator Champion!

    Current sleds:
    2017 XTX SE Sidewinder
    2014 XTX Viper (Best asphalt run to date- 10.988 @ 112.36mph in the 1/4)
    2008 RTX Nytro
    1998 SRX Off-Trail beast! Used to be the old Project X7
    2000 SRX 700 (Best asphalt time of 9.04 at 137mph (no nitrous) 8.82 @ 147mph (with nitrous)
    2007 Yamaha Phazer
    1998 600

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