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    Hey Guys,

    Just need a lil information, when you go with a 70 plus arm does that mean that you have to change the gearing in your Sprocket? If you have a motor with a couple add on mods and a 40-50 shot of gas would it be wrong to get a 70+ arm if you looking to go with a built motor in the future? If soo what would be the adjustments to look into? Or what adjustments
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    ive got a stock bore bike on spray thats 70" and the combo works. so no imo theres nothing wrong with going long early on, you'll just want to pour the coals to it early on! as far as gearing youll just want to play with it and see what gets you your best ET. if its 1/8 or 1/4 and if youre spraying with a button or progressive out the hole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cursedbusa View Post
    ive got a stock bore bike on spray thats 70" and the combo works. so no imo theres nothing wrong with going long early on, you'll just want to pour the coals to it early on! as far as gearing youll just want to play with it and see what gets you your best ET. if its 1/8 or 1/4 and if youre spraying with a button or progressive out the hole.
    Sorry about the late response, forgot to subscribe to this post but I didn't get the term "pour the coals to it early". Im mainly goin to be running in the 1/4. I wanna go with a progressive system for less on controls to be enabling. What gearing do you go with in your setup in the 1/4, if you don't mind me asking? Even know we probably have different setups but just tryin to here a lil reasoning in your opinion.

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    Pour the coal = get the nitrous in quick

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    That was my first time hearing that saying too.....LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by money maker View Post
    Pour the coal = get the nitrous in quick

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    Lol oh ok I like that though lol

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