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I am looking to improving my low end torque on my 97' wing. I have heard that the 4 degree "trigger wheel' would be the way to go.

I already have installed the Torqmaster "Hollywood Exhaust" but still have trouble getting a good start at take off if on any kind of grade at all.

Thanks in advance for all information guys.
 

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I believe the trigger wheel was only for the '88 and '89 bikes. But, not sure on that.

I think that if you add more RPMs and just slip the clutch a bit, your problem will be solved.

I would run my bike up to 1500 to 2000 rpm and just slip the clutch a tiny bit. Even when loaded heavy it seemed to do fine.
 
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