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I just installed the AC Racing Propeg nerfs and heelguards on my Predator. They are awesome. Not the easiest things to install but they are really no harder to install than anything else on the market. If you get some, and you want to know how and in what order to install and put them together send me and email. I can probably save you some time and frustration since i have already been through it. I put some pictures of the installed nerfs in my profile. Check them out.
 

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I just purchased the AC pro-peg Nerf bars...would love some instructions from your experience...they look great on yours! Any help would be appreciated! [email protected]
 

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Your a good source of info Timmmmmmy! I and the help of two of my friend pushed and pulled thoughs f&n things on great look. question is do you have to drill holes through the peg bars and pegs for those (2) long bolts w/ nuts to stop the bars from pulling out to the side or are they for something else? That was my guess. #2 Did you put that alum air box on your ride? I live in Fl and it rains like hell I want to open it up but water issue. That air box with outerware and that outerware material to cover the top should work ? I also have a stock pipe worth doing before I get one or not if yes do you mind telling me carb setting........


....Jim

Sorry for the babble but you sound like you know your shot. see ya
 

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I don't know this to be true, but i think the long bolts that were included are actually for another application. If you go to the AC Racing site and look at the nerfs for the Z400, they are almost exactly alike. With one difference. Those long bolts i believe are the new front motor mount bolts that get used on the Z400 install. I think AC just used the parts pack from the Z400 application for the Polaris application to save some money. Thats my guess. I did not use them. I suppose that you could drill the pegs and use them for that but i did not find it necessary. There is a little play on each side on the pegs but i can live with it.

I did not buy the aluminum airbox. I just did not think it a necessary buy for me. I still think its a good thing, just not for my riding. I just modified the stock airbox and rejetted. I use the clamp on filter without the airbox in the dunes and change the jetting. It works great in a non-wet environment.

I think you should consider a pipe before you do anything that would increase the air/fuel flow to the engine. Your engine needs to "exhale", so to speak, and the stock exhaust just will not cut it in my book. You could make the changes and keep the stock pipe and be ok, but you will not see the full potentail of the modifications if you don't put a pipe on it. That's just my opinion.

My jetting is as follows:
WIth a pipe and airbox modifications(includes drop in K&N filter), i run a 160 main, 45 pilot and air screw out 2 1/4 turns.
WIth Pipe, clamp on K&N filter, i run a 170 main, 50 pilot and airscrew out 2 1/2 turns.
Now, these settings work great for me. it could be different for you. I ride anywhere from sea level to 3000 ft above sea level. it seems to work good for me. On the track, with the K&N clamp on filter setup. no one can touch this bike, not even the new YFZ's. The predator handles way better than the YFZ and that lets the power show through. to bad i am getting rid of my predator.

Good luck with your stuff. i hope i was of some help. glad you like the propeg nerfs. i love mine.
 

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why are you getting lid of the predator/ Through with riding? Kid on the way,lost a lim ? Thanks for your help
 

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I am getting out of ATV's and going back to street bikes. I just enjoying those more.
 
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