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weller has her yxz and a few other big names, what are the specs they are seeing? weller said more then a xp1000 FI...........but what about the torque numbers...........wondering how it stacks upto the xp1 and the can am turbo and the turbo xp?? any more info or charts?
 

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No one knows yet, but we were kicking the idea around. We were thinking somewhere in the low 90s, around 93 or so, but that's just a guess. This motor doesn't seem to be a torque motor, more of a screamer, where dogs howl, and ears bleed, LOL!
 

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Alba get their hands on one yet? They are good about publishing their dyno's .. and they've been really honest and consistent over the years.
 
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I know some have been waiting on the "official" horsepower numbers. At the 4:45 mark the Yamaha Rep says they don't officially release HP numbers but says it's around 111-112. I read on another forum that Yamaha will fully warranty the MPI Mountain Performance turbo kit ([email protected]) when installed at the dealer. Also, the YXZ pictured below in the video capture shows a winch factory installed. So maybe this means they engineered this machine for terrain other than "just the dunes and wide open trails". We shall see!!

 

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"The three-into-one YXZ1000R exhaust is tuned for maximum power output and meets EPA/CARB regulations with a muffler mounted integrated honeycomb catalyzer and removable spark arrestor."


EPA/CARB regulations doesn't = maximum power output for sure. I'm sure an aftermarket exhaust will really wake it up. Should get it close to 100whp.
 

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"The three-into-one YXZ1000R exhaust is tuned for maximum power output and meets EPA/CARB regulations with a muffler mounted integrated honeycomb catalyzer and removable spark arrestor."


EPA/CARB regulations doesn't = maximum power output for sure. I'm sure an aftermarket exhaust will really wake it up. Should get it close to 100whp.
I think your probably correct. Add exhaust, reflash tune and intake and I bet we see around 130 hp.
 
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