My friend picked up a 700SE 1 week after I got my 660. We raced after his was broke in and it was ugly he put 3 lengths on me and I just let off :'(. Next day ordered my exhaust,intake, and jet kit and got intouch with a good shop. After that I could toy with him(3-5 lengths with my 14tooth sprocket on). He ordered after that his "3 mods" which consisted of LTE's, pro flow, and PCIII, and 15tooth front, and now from the holeshot were dead even until 4th where he jumps about maybe a bike length and holds it until we top out. (We both side by side ran 86mph)Maddog56 said:VS a bone stock 700R you'll need good gearing, a pipe, filter kit, no airbox lid, and good jetting.
Once he does his "3 mods" (pipe, filter w/ no lid, ecu) you'll probably have to cam it to keep close, a piston also to make it a race and take a few wins.
intimidator said:I can't let this guy outrun me, I'll never hear the end of it. A 14 tooth front sprocket will give it more top end, but is it good for trail riding? I haven't re-jetted after the white bros. pipe, how much will I have to go after the K&n and air box mods?
Im in the same position, have the three mods on both the 660 and the 700 and the 700 wins every single time but at least 1-2 lenghts, maybe more. So even for even the 700 will win but if your a better rider or he doesnt know to speedshift the 700 (since the 700 has been proven to race best if you speed shift and dont use the last bit of your rpms) then you can pull him.CAROLINA_700R said:I own both with the three basic mods. All I can say is 700>660 any day of the week. The race can be on dirt,sand or road and the 700 wins EVERYTIME. I'm not sure how the outcome will be if I put a high-comp piston in the 660 along with the other usual mods. Its pretty safe to say that mod for mod the 700 outruns the 660 and all the 450's. 8)
o i was just throwing that in.CAROLINA_700R said:sucks for that kid but i'm sure fuel injection had nothing to do with that. You will continue to like carburators until its freezing outside and the 660 takes a year to start when the fuel injected 700 fires right up EVERYTIME. :thumbsup: 8)