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Complete Grizzly build
I built this Grizzly to preform at top ability in the mud! There is a few things that i am looking to change on the grizzly but well see!
Gorilla Silverbacks 28x10x12 Front, 28x12x12 Rear
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Rox Speed FX risers and bars
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2r Racing tip
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White Secondary spring. 8 - 16g rollers, 1.5mm shim
( bought at local dealer )
Rad Relocation kit:
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12" Light bar
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Flush Mount LED headlight conversion:
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Yamaha front Bumper
( bought at dealer )
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3/4 inch spring spacers
Synthetic winch line
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Is there a magnet on the outside of the rotor/flywheel that works in conjunction with the pick up coil. Or is it a different type of metal that changes the impedance to have the pickup coil do it's thing? I'd assume that most othe Yamaha's use a similar operation. Thanks, Don't see anything about it in the service manual. Don't see anyway to adjust the gap between the pickup coil and the flywheel.
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