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Hello. I just bought a 2004 LTZ400 4 wheeler. :thumbsup: All stock, low hours. Any mods/fixes I should do to it from this site? I have a KLX400 and have been doing lots of fixes/mod thanks to this site. So what do you think, stator/flywheel loctite fix, primary nut fix, water pump fix, free power mod, would the 3X3 air box mod apply?

Thanks

Brian

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You can put one on if it doesn't.

http://www.ctracing.com/z400_kfx4001.htm

Cant find it right now but, seen a 55hp dyno run from a 485 ltz it's lacking an exhaust big time.

Eddie can do all this for you also I have been saving, this is my next toy!

The drivetrain will sap some rear wheel HP on ltz's...

Yeah..just get Eddie to do your performance mods....:thumbsup:

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Thanks guys! Although Eddie is da man, I don't mind doing the work myself. Anyone know if the 3X3 mod should be done too? Or just a kn airfilter cover/jet kit? I'm not looking to make it any louder, so no pipe.

Thanks again

Brian

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If you're going to be doing any serious riding on rocky trails skid plates are a must. Full skids would be best but you're gonna need a strong aluminum swing arm skid at the very least because the plastic one gets beat up really quick. and the pro circuit T-4 is a pretty quiet exhaust and helps a good bit in the power department

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Thanks guys! Although Eddie is da man, I don't mind doing the work myself. Anyone know if the 3X3 mod should be done too? Or just a kn airfilter cover/jet kit? I'm not looking to make it any louder, so no pipe.

Thanks again

Brian

Sorry I am not that familiar with your model.....I would think that the jet kit for your specific model would have directions in reference to airbox mods required...

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if you are going to keep stock LTZ exhaust, dont bother with other power mods. one thing a lot of guys do for "stock" engine machines to wake it up a little is a 13t front sprocket.

a clamp on air filter would be a good idea, the stock one lets dirt pass by the flange.

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