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Good Morning all!
We are a Canadian turbo manufacturer that builds snowmobile turbo kits for high elevation, deep snow use. Our high performance kits feature water to air intercoolers and larger turbos for maximum efficiency.

We have recently set up some turbos on Arctic Cat Wildcat 700 and 1000 models.

We build and sell turbo kits for the popular Yamaha Viper MTX using Garrett 2860 turbos. We have also sold hundreds of fuel control kits for use on existing turbo Yamaha Apex and Nytro models. We have years of experience with the Yamaha triple and are very excited to build a kit for the YXZ.

We picked up a new YXZ last week and have been busy putting it through its paces on our 1.5 mile test track. Next week it comes apart and our turbo kit will go on. The kit will feature our water to air intercooler with 3 extra injectors, Garrett 2860 with billet GSX wheel, electronic boost controller, Turbosmart recirc valve, and stainless exhaust.
We will update this forum with vids, pictures, etc. We have recently signed an agreement with a US distributor, and will start shipping kits to the US in a couple months.
Here is an example of what we do with our sleds. This is a 2009 Yamaha Nytro 3 cyl with our turbo
 

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Thanks for posting! Is there a target hp your aiming for?
We will have a baseline boost figure of about 5-6 lbs, and this will allow everyone to run pump fuel. This will provide 150-160 hp. The only requirement to increase boost from 5-6 to 8-9 lbs boost will be mixing in some higher octane fuel. We recommend 50% Av or a quality race fuel (we use VP C111 or C12). This will offer adequate insurance against detonation. This will give hp of approx 180-190.
It is no problem to get more power with engine mods, but at sea level we feel 8-9 lbs will be the limit without at least head studs.
Our turbo kit components are good to go up to 350 Hp.

The boost level will be adjustable in the cab of the vehicle with just the push of a button. This feature can be locked out on our fuel controller.
We also have altitude, intake air temp, manifold pressure, and many other read outs on our XIC. (Extra Injector controller.
 

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