Should know the answer to that after the SSSS in 2 weeks
Definitely keep us updated on this info! ThanksShould know the answer to that after the SSSS in 2 weeks
Yeah, for our play riding we would never need a turbo at all! I keep the xp cars in low range 50 to 60% of the time. That is one thing that has my attention about being able to select a gear too. Nothing more annoying than having to stop and click it in to high when the trail opens up for a couple hundred yards...then stop and click back into low when that same trail turns nasty again. This happens over and over on the trails we ride too.Interesting. Personally, for Ocotillo Wells, no turbo needed or wanted but for glamis it'd be a hoot.
I agree. I think a reflash and an opened intake and free flowing exhaust will add enough hp for me, for awhile. If it gets it to 125-130 that should enough for a while.One thing to think about, if the warranty is an issue to you, it really only matters when you buy the multi year extended warranty. If you're just worried about the six month warranty that it comes with, that comes up really fast and is gone before you know it. I think the turbo at $4000 is a bargain. Most of the aftermarket kits for the Poepoe's cost around six grand!
For me personally, since this is a Yanaha, I don't think I would be interested in the extended warranty for 1000 or 1500 bucks. And I also wouldn't want to pay the dealer a thousand bucks to install the turbo when I can do it myself in an afternoon for free! But I would shop around first to see if I could find a dealer that would install it for free or maybe two or 300 bucks. Would be worth a try just so I would have a six month warranty.
And I do agree that for the desert the turbo is not needed. My Maverick would climb anything I pointed it at in superstition. But in the dunes it definitely needed more. This car with 11 more horsepower and a more efficient drivetrain might be good enough as it is in the dunes?
Famous last words Right there ! Lol . TimI agree. I think a reflash and an opened intake and free flowing exhaust will add enough hp for me, for awhile. If it gets it to 125-130 that should enough for a while.
Isn't that the truth!!!! LolFamous last words Right there ! Lol . Tim
Fugit, I'm up for a 300hp beast, will need some extra wheels and rubber aside in the shop since tread wear will be expeditedTURBO! Go big, or go home!