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Old 02-21-2012, 05:18 PM   #1
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Hi there I have a 2006 crossfire 700 and have a buddy who will sell me a speedwerx big bore 925 kit cheap was wondering if this is worth putting on? The kit includes everything i need just need to know what other work will need to be done to engine. Has anyone ran one of these in crossfire 700 also is it reliable in mountains at 6000 ft plus trail at 3000 ft and under? I figure once I get it I should let speedwerx install. thanks for any help. Paul

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Old 02-21-2012, 06:54 PM   #2
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Have you done any tuning before?

I would expect for this to be a requirement for that kit.

Btw, I though the 925 was intended for an M8? I did some of the testing for that motor, but only the version for the M8.
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And a throttle that points the RIGHT way, FORWARD!!!!

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I'm not sure about any tuning I've never done anything like that. Just installed a 2 degree timing key and a can thats about it. Was kinda hoping if someone would chime in either with speedwerx or anyone who knows about this. Maybe I should just call speedwerx? But I believe they made this 925 kit for the crossfire 700 also as they sell parts for it listed under that on their website. Just want to know if this is worth it and how much work is involved to install this. I can pick up everything in picture for about $1000 seems like a good deal to me including a boondocker box. If someone has any info it would be greatly appreciated.

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That's a great deal.

The only thing I'll say is that you should be ready to tune. I don't see EGT's in that pic, but you should consider them required equipment. Even if that setup ran PERFECT on your buddies sled, do NOT assume it will run exactly the same on yours.

Tuning isn't hugely difficult, but it does require some patience, and it will require that you change riding style a touch (no big deal) keeping an eye on EGT's, varying throttle, these are requirements of the big bore game, nothing too tough, but you just need to be a tad more aware with that kind of setup.

I've got a monster turbo, runs GREAT, smooth, runs cool... but if I gave it to someone & let them take it down a trail at 35 mph or something... squeak, it would blow in under a minute at the wrong throttle position.

Don't let this scare you off, just be aware!

So, 1k for that setup, $300ish for a dual EGT ($269 last I saw) and you MIGHT need a fuel reg which is around $150.

That setup will rip, no question, just get ready to start learning how a bd box works.
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Wildchild T top post with 4-6" Rox adj riser, protaper bars, cycra handguards, pro design tether.
BR-tech Thrasher hood and venting.

And a throttle that points the RIGHT way, FORWARD!!!!

250++hp...and still quieter than a sled with a can!

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PM me if you're looking for lightweight or diamond drive parts, I can get you discount pricing on BDX parts.
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