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Thread: what is your WOT Rpm on hisun 800?

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    what is your WOT Rpm on hisun 800?

    So what is the rpm on your machine when punching it on high gear?
    My hisun is at 6200rpm.
    I am thinking it should be 7000rpm.
    Or on what rpm is the most power on a 800?

    And what clutch are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by holsethx55 View Post
    So what is the rpm on your machine when punching it on high gear?
    My hisun is at 6200rpm.
    I am thinking it should be 7000rpm.
    Or on what rpm is the most power on a 800?

    And what clutch are you using?
    my 800 in high range was around 5700rpm's but i ride from 3500-7000 feet.

    it is a 2011 model. Once i installed the cv tech clutches it was a bit better at 6100 rpm but i knew it needed to be around 7000. Then i removed the flywheel weight they put on some of the original cv tech clutches and that's where it started to act and sound like a can am 800 engine.
    I drilled out the weights ( pucks) in the clutch to raise rpm ever more. I'm at 6500 rpm but u can just tell it wants to be at about 7200 rpm.

    I need to drill out the weights some more. Getting close.

    i can already beat rzr 800's the way it is but be nice to blow them away lol.

    what clutches r u running?

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    If you remember or if you are new to the forum there were previous posts about a throttle stop on the peddle. I haven't removed mine but I have checked to see if it would help open the throttle, It looks like with the stop the the butterfly only opens 3/4 to 7/8 of the way. So if the previous posts were correct it helps out a lot for top end power and rpm by just cutting the stop off and adjusting your cable.

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