Yeah, I was pretty happy with the GYTR setup too. But I already know I will want a bit more, so hope to get some exhaust and start upping the boost a bit soon.Just took the car out yesterday that thing is wild, way more than I ever expected, clutch didn’t feel weird or anything hopefully it holds up for a bit, my car does only have 300 miles tho so maybe the clutch still has some good life
Yeah I think that Weller turbo is much much smaller than what is in the GYTR kits, so I am sure it responds better even being that it is a Journal Bearing setup. Having an open exhaust also will help turbo response a lot. The more I read about rod weaknesses (even 19+), the more I am happier to have a turbo that doesn't respond any sooner than what it does already, and has a very free flowing housing which also helps stretch octane limits. Low RPM + boost/torque + Exhaust Back Pressure (EBP) will put much more strain on the rods, which will not matter as much until you start wanting to up the boost.
That Dynojet full setup is probably would I would get if I had to do it over again, everything available in one display and is water resistant for outdoor use. I may end up converting over to the PC6/Autotune/POD-300 when said and done lol.@JoelRM *** when I mentioned friends that have smoked their clutches was in the sand where there is more resistance turning the wheels. One on Carnivores and one on paddles... Weller/GYTR .... You might get a little more life on regular terrain.
I know damn well you are breaking traction anywhere when you mash on the pedal 🤣 so for now the clutch will hold up.
Only other thing is get an AFR gauge/sensor or the Wideband CX that plugs and plays with the Power Vision. (If you don't already). I forget if you have mentioned these items.
Gauge pod/gauge/sensor probably same price as wideband cx. I'll be going with the Wideband, cleaner look on the dash, everything out of the PV3 screen.
Cool. Yeah I'm seeing more of a trend here, which adds up considering how smooth the clutch operation becomes with the heavier Yamaha synthetic 15w-50, in that the thicker synthetic could make the clutch more likely to start slipping when pushed to the outer edge of torque capacity. Not to say my clutch was going to last forever, but prior to my first ride on the GYTR Turbo kit I made the mistake of swapping trans oil and used the Yamaha 15w-50 Synthetic vs. the Yamaha 10w-40 All Purpose I'd always ran. And in my case the clutch starting slipping the first time into boost in 4th/5th. I'd stick with that 10w-40 oil in the trans and see how far you can go with it.@RobBeck yea Im running the synthetic on the motor and the all purpose on the trans I guess all purpose is better for the trans? That’s what the dealer told me and that’s what they been putting in the gytr turbo yxz they sell, yea I’m running the new pv3 from weller at first I was completely confused about it , maybe since it’s my first Sxs and it’s my first turbo car, but I installed everything (turbo kit and pv3) my self in about a day and yea the pv3 displays boost and afr I think also, ide have to check don’t have it fully setup, I just wanted to make sure I wasn’t running to much boost and nope all day ran 7psi
Let me know about pismo! I can meet you out there 🤙🏼 I'm planning to be boosted by Hammers
That Dynojet full setup is probably would I would get if I had to do it over again, everything available in one display and is water resistant for outdoor use. I may end up converting over to the PC6/Autotune/POD-300 when said and done lol.
@ZUMNyxzSS @RobBeck , took the yxz out today for some runs and it was launching hard a little to hard 4wd launches and front wheels where coming off the ground, have either of you guys heard of a 2 step setup for the yxz or something to control the rpm’s when using the factory launch control?