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You'll want more horsepower and I'm sure guys are staying up all night searching for more power.

Premium gas, advance the ignition timing, shave the head a little, put some fluid in the tires, spray the tires with carb cleaner etc to make them more tacky, turn up the governor a bit. If you really want to get into it, you could try giving the cams a little more advance- not sure if the cam gears are pressed on to the cam shafts and if this can be done though.

Sounds like a lot of fun.

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You'll want more horsepower and I'm sure guys are staying up all night searching for more power.

Premium gas, advance the ignition timing, shave the head a little, put some fluid in the tires, spray the tires with carb cleaner etc to make them more tacky, turn up the governor a bit. If you really want to get into it, you could try giving the cams a little more advance- not sure if the cam gears are pressed on to the cam shafts and if this can be done though.

Sounds like a lot of fun.
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Is there any consideration given to the width that the machine is taking or to how good of a job it actually does? The machine on the right that is in the lead appears to have left a lot of snow behind.
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Is there any consideration given to the width that the machine is taking or to how good of a job it actually does? The machine on the right that is in the lead appears to have left a lot of snow behind.
I noticed that as well...ankle deep or better left behind for the guy on the right.
The guy in the middle kinda got a late start as well.
The machines seem to have close to the same capabilities after taking away the variables.





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Is there any consideration given to the width that the machine is taking or to how good of a job it actually does? The machine on the right that is in the lead appears to have left a lot of snow behind.

It makes me wonder if he was possibly lifting the bucket somewhat....moving lighter snow, less snow....not the heavy compacted stuff at the bottom. At any rate, if he were using it correctly, I wouldn't have that machine in my garage. Speed doesn't matter if you have to go over it repeatedly. Buy it once, but buy it right. Like Mike Holmes says " do it right the first time..."


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