<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">Originally posted by RangerRider69
I find with my 700, that for in low range, I have no problem hitting the rev limiter, yet in high range, it will not do it. I have adjusted the throttle cable to the point, I can't get the unit into gear and have to turn off the bike to engage reverse/low/high, still won't hit the governor.
Any ideas what I can do?
I haven't touched the motor yet as for mods. at all, 27" Mudlites is all that is done so far, the rest of my mods are on the way.
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It all depends on the amount of added weight you have put into the 700 or if you have put on much taller tires. If you have added quite a bit of weight and/or you have added much taller tires you may not be able to hit the rev limiter in high.
I am in the same situation with my current sport quad as I have put over sized tires on it and that combined with my fat butt on it holds is back in 5th gear from hitting the limiter. There just isn't enough motor to overcome the gear ratio and weight I have on it. Now I can hit the rev limiter in 1-4th but not in 5th.
I would suspect that this is the case in your situation. Have you added larger tires and other accessories that have added significantly to the weight of your 700?
OOPS! Sorry I missed the fact that you have 27" tires on it. How about anyone else? Are you having any trouble hitting the rev limiter with 27" tires?