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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Fri Sep 06, 2013 12:30 pm

Chris You are not running grease in Your sheave anymore ?

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Fri Sep 06, 2013 12:38 pm

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Chris You are not running grease in Your sheave anymore ?
not while his cover was leaking

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Fri Sep 06, 2013 12:44 pm

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Chris You are not running grease in Your sheave anymore ?
not while his cover was leaking

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Fri Sep 06, 2013 12:49 pm

ahhh... said the logger...lol

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Fri Sep 06, 2013 1:32 pm

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lmao !!!!!! Just seen my sig. Logger by day Gig by night ! lmao

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Sun Sep 15, 2013 1:07 am

Outstanding article.  Should be in a magazine.    Excellent and thanks for sharing. Of course since I have little to no............mechanical aptitude, I have James do my work.  Much less frustrating.

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Sun Sep 15, 2013 2:49 am

come on Dave, you fly the baddest civilian jet, your the man!

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Sun Sep 15, 2013 6:20 am

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come on Dave, you fly the baddest civilian jet, your the man!
yeah but don't ask me to fix the dam thing. lol.

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Sun Sep 15, 2013 6:55 am

Chris glad ya like the 14's thought ya would , I agree with James a lot of guys think mine reving to high ,but I also think when I get the 30's on that it will pull some rpm's down , but I don't mine the high riving anyway but Chris let me know what yours is doing with your 30's back on  cheers

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Sun Sep 15, 2013 9:31 am

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Chris You are not running grease in Your sheave anymore ?
Hey Larry! As James was letting on, no I was recently running my clutch greaseless. My CVT cover was leaking when I would stop in the water for any length of time. It was getting to the point where water would get into the case when I'd go through a longer section of deeper water in the creek... say a stretch 50 yards long with water up to the door handles.

We spend a lot of time in the water because it's just so dog gone hot down here in Texas in the summer. We will find a deeper hole and park out on the water's edge, say floorboard deep or so, and park there for a while. The kids will swim in the deeper parts for a few minutes to cool off and wash the dust off. The guys stop and listen to some tunes and drink a beverage.

When we'd take off, my belt would have water in there. There shouldn't be water in the system at those low levels.

The case was leaking on the back side, where the inner cover bolt to the engine case.

Yamaha has some really good seals back there, much better than the junky half-silicone seal Polaris puts on the their RZRs and Rangers and Sportsman lineup. Those will flood the CVT case just driving through a puddle floorboard deep. But I had to end up taking a note from the Polaris playbook and silicone seal that back cover to the engine. It was messy but it should work. I used hi-temp silicone sealant to seal both openings on the back CVT cover.




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Outstanding article.  Should be in a magazine.    Excellent and thanks for sharing. Of course since I have little to no............mechanical aptitude, I have James do my work.  Much less frustrating.
Thanks! That kind of comment make all the work of writing and taking pics worth it.
Of course, the help I got from the guys on here helped me. I never re-built a motor before this. But with the good help even a white collar guy was able to make his Rhino go a little faster. I owe a lot of thanks to the people on this forum.




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Chris glad ya like the 14's thought ya would , I agree with James a lot of guys think mine reving to high ,but I also think when I get the 30's on that it will pull some rpm's down , but I don't mine the high riving anyway but Chris let me know what yours is doing with your 30's back on  cheers
I was blown away at the difference it made to go to those 14G weights in the sheave. It does rev more, to be honest. But the power for acceleration is way worth it. Plus, if you have other goodies like the Ryde-On cover the noise isn't bad at all.

The power with the 26" tires is real good. Dead stop acceleration, mid range power, on-off-on again power is all great. To be totally honest, it has more power than it does handling with the 3" lift and 57" width. I find it is entirely possible to come in to corners way to hot. I can only imagine how you could stay in the gas with a +6 long travel kit and a well built motor. But alas, that kind of riding is pretty rare for us.

My Rhino was built for river and creek running and hitting the occasional mud hole.
This is where the 30" tires, 15" of ground clearance, and the power to pull those tires is most fun.
We are always crawling over downed logs, blasting through water, and cutting up down by the water.

With the 14G weights and 30" tires, the motor is able to build more RPM from a dig. This gets me into a better place for more tire spinning roost and power. You definitely loose some power with the bigger meats over the smaller 26s, but you gain a lot of traction.

I drove another guy's Rhino with the same 3" CATVOS lift and 30" Zillas. His Rhino was stock except for a JBS sheave and 16G weights. His needed to be in low range and it was pretty much foot to the floor most of the time in the deep sand. Mine is able to run in High without struggling; Low range is fine as well.

It is nice to be able to use High Range down in that creek bottom. Sometimes you need to go a few miles in the loose sand to "get away" from all the other yay-whos out there by the bridges and other common areas. In High you can boogie down the creek much faster than being in Low Range.

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:32 am

chris, i have a question. ive just done the alba 734bbk on my 08. it has a barb fitting for a hose on the jug. what is this for?? and after reading your last post, i think ill try 14g weights when i order my jbs sheave. ive got 30 inch silverbacks on it now which ill soon be ditching for some 31 inch outlaws. also what color spring should i get?? any feedback is appreciated

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:39 am

gold...thats a crank case vent

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:40 am

I don't see or know what you are talking about with a barb fitting. Mine doesn't have anything like that on the jug, and believe me I know this top end intimately. LoL

And absolutely do the 14G weights with those tires. It reves a lil more than with 16G but the power is worth it. James set me up with a gold spring. Some believe that the next (and strongest overall) white spring contributes to early belt failure. I can't confirm or deny this. All I can say is some people report it. I can say from experience that the 14G and gold spring is a great combo for big tires and the 734cc top end.

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:42 am

i have 15 gram now too

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:43 am

thats what im running with 25"...Dancing Banana

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:47 am

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thats what im running with 25"...Dancing Banana
I have run that combo with my 26" tires as well. The power is amazing. I can spin those 26" tires so fast in 4WD in water that it pushes my hood open.

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Mon Sep 23, 2013 12:07 pm

james, so do i need to tee this into the exhisting  crankcase vent??

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Mon Sep 23, 2013 12:51 pm

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So is that supposed to make you cool or something??? Lol JK with you man I love my 734 with 26" bighorns Dancing Banana

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Mon Sep 23, 2013 2:51 pm

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james, so do i need to tee this into the exhisting  crankcase vent??
yep or plug it

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Mon Sep 23, 2013 4:07 pm

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I have run that combo with my 26" tires as well. The power is amazing. I can spin those 26" tires so fast in 4WD in water that it pushes my hood open.
So is that supposed to make you cool or something??? Lol JK with you man I love my 734 with 26" bighorns Dancing Banana
The coolest! LMAO

There is something about being in water up to the door latches and holding the throttle WFO in 4x4. Those front tires start churning and massive amounts of water start moving. The chinchy tongue and groove hood latch is no match for the water and mud hitting the bottom of the hood. The resulting wall of water comes up right under the steering wheel and into the drivers lap. The chicks dig it. haha!

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Wed Sep 25, 2013 10:47 am

one more question. should i run the weights greased or greaseless??

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Wed Sep 25, 2013 10:49 am

Always greased in my opinion even if OD greaseless weights use grease!

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PostSubject: Re: ALBA 734 Big Bore for 2011 Rhino 700   Wed Sep 25, 2013 10:55 am

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I have run that combo with my 26" tires as well. The power is amazing. I can spin those 26" tires so fast in 4WD in water that it pushes my hood open.
So is that supposed to make you cool or something??? Lol JK with you man I love my 734 with 26" bighorns Dancing Banana
The coolest! LMAO

There is something about being in water up to the door latches and holding the throttle WFO in 4x4. Those front tires start churning and massive amounts of water start moving. The chinchy tongue and groove hood latch is no match for the water and mud hitting the bottom of the hood. The resulting wall of water comes up right under the steering wheel and into the drivers lap. The chicks dig it. haha!
your crazy!!!!!..lol

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