F Chassis ('07-???) Also known as the Twin Spar chassis.

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Old 11-29-2010, 06:24 PM   #1
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09 f1000 dyno numbers

Did a search on this and couldn't find anything. Just wondering what you guys think i would roughly dyno @ with f1000 with speedwerx y-pipe, boyesen reeds and boondocker?? any ideas
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Old 11-29-2010, 06:37 PM   #2
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On D&D's website, they have a F1000 with their y-pipe coming in at about 181HP, I would expect about the same.
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On D&D's website, they have a F1000 with their y-pipe coming in at about 181HP, I would expect about the same.
With just the Y pipe and no pipe??!! wow! I was thinking more around the 170 range
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Old 11-29-2010, 09:22 PM   #4
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Bikeman Performance says there y-pipe will add 12-14 horsepower.
This is what it say's on their website: Bolt this BMP performance manifold for massive 12-14 horsepower gains on your Arctic Cat 1000 twin. This is simply the easiest power you can buy for your machine. Simply Bolt on and go, just use premium pump gas. 07-08 M1000’s require more fuel to be added with our adjustable pressure regulator or use a boondocker efi controller. But F1000’s, Xfire1000’s, and 2009-10 M1000’s can simply bolt on the manifold with no other fuel mods. This manifold works great with stock, ported and big bore motors as well with our performance single fatt *** pipe.
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Old 11-29-2010, 09:24 PM   #5
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This is also from their website. Sounds like the F1000 has alot of potential. A stock F1000 has 165-167 hp. By adding bullseye air intake valves to the blocked left hood inlet, power jumps to 170 hp. And if you add our BMP Fatt *** single pipe and BMP y pipe the F1000 cranks out 192-195 horsepower with 134-135 lb/ft of torque!!
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Old 11-30-2010, 05:21 PM   #6
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I hope my sled really has as much as its supposed to! I wonder whos gonna win between me and my buddys 09 xp800 with dynoport pipe, reeds, head and clutch.....hmmmmm.....come on snow!
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Old 12-29-2010, 10:21 AM   #7
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f1000 vs skidoo

Have the same matchup comming, how did you do against the doo?
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I always figured a y pipe and intake mod supported by a boondocker would put it in the mid 170 range. Key to getting to the track is proper clutching and a Plowman mount to keep that clutching working as it should.
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Hey big cat. I ran against my buddies 09 xp 800. Its stock with studded track. We only did rolling starts from about 20mph. it was close for about 50 feet then bye bye. lol Let you know when we line em up for the 1/4 from a dead stop.
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