Want your opinion on the v-force 3 reed cage system on a mx port. Whats the pros and cons
Someone did some testing w/ the VF2's and 3's on quadzilla motors as well a while back. They also stated that the VF2's were THE reeds to get and were superior to the VF3's.... Supposedly, MT redesigned the VF3's at some point along the way, and they re-made them to be more like the 2's....The vf 3 is a generic cage look at the design the pedal area is used on all 250 bikes, the adaptor plate is is the only special part. The vf2 will out perform the 3 across the board but neither are the best setup for a mx build, Stick to a rad valve or pyramid. I used to have a link to a forum where a member did a dyno comparison of them all, but i dont know that i could find it anymore.
What changes did they make to the new vf3? if i remember right they where like 2 hp behind the ESR and like 1.5 behind the VF2, i cant see them making that up without major changes. Also not to mention pedal life on the vf2's is longer than on the 3's (from my experience) How does the vf4 look? I will still probably stick to a rad valve for mid/low engines, and ESR for topend.The VForce3's made in the past year are as good as any Reed set you are going to find. The Vforce2's are good, however; I preffer the VForce3's for Duner's, TT, MX, and Drag engines.
We have a couple of sets of VForce4's to try; just have not had the time to Dyno them out.