Ok thanks. Im buying a 98 450 with 2 inch spacers under the springs on all four corners and 27 inch laws. I wanna put on 30 inch zillas and was thinking the progressive shocks and 2 inch highlifter lift.
Im dooooone for the most part. 2003 Foreman 450S with 400 miles on it is ready to be ridden for the next 13 years if its to match my ES I just sold. I pulled it apart and did everything all at once over the last week or so.
17% Big Red gear reduction, Detroit Gearless Locker, Gorilla axels, HMF Eco-Series, Moose hand/thumb warmer with control box, Hi Lifter springs, No-Toil air filter, 26" Outlaws, Hi-density plastic skid plate, EZ steer power steering kit, 3500# Viper, home made winch mount, extended front rack, ss bolts/washers/nylocs in place of fender push pins and all fluids changed and ready to go.
Im gonna get a new plug today and order a main jet in 132.5 and 135....nobody in the area has what I need and Ive exhausted every source looking. I have spacers but if the tires dont get into the pipe I'll leave them off, decided no on the lift this time and I let the disc brake kit go with the 02' I sold so Im gonna run these drums till I need to buy another kit...drums are new inside.
Yea I can definitely feel the drop in gearing, I rode with the 14% in my other 450 for years so I noticed the difference right off. Im happy with it and say it is worth the hassle and cash. When I get back home from work I can go for a ride with the new owner of my old Foreman and and get speed comparisons between the two.
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