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Cool XMR Turbo Kit

Does anybody know of a turbo kit for a 2011 XMR! I have to pull the engine out to replace the secondary clutch bearings in the gearbox. Figured now is a good time for a little more power! Any feed back would be appreciated! I'm willing to loose the power steering! I turboed my Yamaha Apex this past summer, now i'm addicted to big power!
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Never heard of one but if u find one n get it up load pics

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Wouldnt it be the same turbo kit as a regular 800? I mean they are the same motor

Just googled and this came up

TurboKits.com » Performance Turbo Kits

IM sure there are others.


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i am assuming you would have to use a tune'r of some sort with that?

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Either a VERY adjustable tuner that can add a considerable amount of fuel or a Tune Monster.

The basics of any 800 kit would be the same, only difference being the down-pipe(turbo exit to muffler) to suit a max chassis length.

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Gristle boyz make a kit for the rene / outy there in red deer. My cousin has one on his rene works awesome in the mud. 103 hp at the rear wheels. tough to tune though

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Loaded up a vid on you tube, "Anzac ATV Rally"! I made it through the first patch fine, second patch halfway through it went into coolant temp high derate! Still figuring out the HMF programer and the Hayden Fan controller!
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if you want power i'd buy a bbk and not a turbo. well that is if you're planning to mud and swamp the thing? i don't think turbo's would like mud.
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