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post #1 of 8 Old 08-03-2009, 10:16 PM Thread Starter
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Brute Force 750 Mods?

Hey guys, I have an '05 Brute Force 750 and I was just wondering what some good mods would be for it. I am thinking about getting the HMF Utility Slip-On, I'm just not for sure yet. So if you guys could let me know any mods whatsoever, I'd appreciate it.. Appearance mods or performace mods..

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post #2 of 8 Old 08-03-2009, 10:47 PM
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i posted some things for you on kawi riders, there is a lot of info on here you can find almost anything you want, and if you dont just ask

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post #4 of 8 Old 08-04-2009, 09:49 AM
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You can get the HMF if you are only lookin for sound But i would start off with moose module and a K & N air filter ( more power for the dollar)

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If you ride in mud/water any at all, stay away from the HMF Utility, get the swamp series, it has metal baffles not fiberglass packing like the others, it wont need re-packing every year.

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snorkel,clutch kit,big tires then find a big hole and hang on

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Big tires
xtreme lift
clutch springs
moose module
....the list will go on.....

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If you ride in any water the 1st mod should be a snorkle. Then the radiator relocate. You can spend a large amount on tires/wheels, but if you look/shop around, there are lots of good used wheels/tires out there that won't break the bank. Large tires=clutch springs (there is a chart on here for that, or you could ask opinions). Just about everything you could need is in the "How-To's"

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