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redcat mt pro lil slugish off the line

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hey guys jus lookin for a little info jus bought a redcat rampage mt pro an i know there a a bit of diferance in the base an pro model s ok with that said they seem real slugish off the line what can i do to get a lil more pop off the line gear set s clutch spring s give me some links guys ty

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  1. 454chad's Avatar
    well to start out put a 8k clutch spring in it and put a walbro carb on it 668 or 990 and a ddm dominator pipe will wake it up over the stock tuned pipe
    Updated 02-25-2013 at 05:57 AM by 454chad
  2. Obeast44's Avatar
    I agree with what Chad has stated. A good pipe, like the DDM Dominator for the Rampage and an 8k rpm Clutch spring will help considerably. If that isn't enough then I would consider a carb change, especially if you are running into any tuning issues.
  3. whittron's Avatar
    Clutch spring 8000 is defantley a huge improvement over stock.

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