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I have a 2000 touring classic 600 and I try a new track but it is a 136 inch X 1.25, not a 133 inch, I have extended me suspension of 1.5 inch for the fit the track.


Someone know if I need to change the driven spring, I have Silver and I think I should be you a silver/blue but I am confuse.......


Thank you for the helping.


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If the sled worked fine with silver, then leave it. Changing to that track should have a negligible effect on clutching.
 

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Bc_Dan what your sugestion, try a silver/blue spring
 

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Have you ran it with the spring you have? I would do that first. It may be fine and save you from having to buy another spring. If it's not running like you want after you ride it, you can use that information to help guide you on what spring to buy.
 

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Ok, I make a run whit my sled but, I think the Rpm was too high, about 7500 to 8000 in a cruising speed.

P.S. Sorry for my English.
 

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a everage 50 60 mph. I think,

By the way If you want a smill we dont have much snow to. :eek:)

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