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PostSubject: How big to bore TB?   Sun Nov 24, 2013 11:45 pm

Guys and gals, I have a couple of questions.

1.  With my engine mods, would a bored throttle body help or hurt?
     a.  11:1 Wiseco piston
     b.  Raptor stage 1 cam
     c.  Muzzy exhaust
     d.  MSD FI

2.  If there is a performance gain, would it be at the upper end, or would it be through out the rpm range?

3.  How large should I bore it?  I'm a machinist and have a lathe in my garage.

4.  Will I have to have new maps?

5.  If I'll need new maps, do any of you guys have what I'll need?

Gil

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PostSubject: Re: How big to bore TB?   Mon Nov 25, 2013 12:22 am

man you got some serious parts...nice bike...how does it run?

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PostSubject: Re: How big to bore TB?   Mon Nov 25, 2013 12:38 am

Thanks.

It runs pretty good.  It'll do 45mph in low and 62mph in high with the 26" Bighorns.  When I had the stock 25" tires on it, it would hit 65mph with two adults in the seats.  The throttle response is instant and it'll pull hard to about 57mph.  In low, it'll bang the 8K rev limit @ 45mph pretty darned quick.

What I really want now is mid travel.  I'd like to get rid of the spacers and improve the ride a bit.

Gil

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Cognito Racing spindles
Electra power steering
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UTV Concepts cup holder w/ volt, oil, and temp gauges
Equus 8k tach
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PostSubject: Re: How big to bore TB?   Mon Nov 25, 2013 1:06 am

yep the travel makes it a whole new machine, you don't get beat up as much. I went the opposite route you did, I need motor now...but till she blows I don't wanna open her up, its never failed me yet

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PostSubject: Re: How big to bore TB?   Mon Nov 25, 2013 8:24 am

JP,

You've got a nice lookin' rhino, no doubt.  I'd love to have long travel, I'd bet that the ride is as smooth as silk, but the woods and trails here just wouldn't allow it.

Gil

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UTV Concepts cup holder w/ volt, oil, and temp gauges
Equus 8k tach
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