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Old 04-14-2013, 06:59 AM   #21
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Those pics don't tell us how even if there is a turbo under the hood. Looked closely at the Viper at the show. It looks like a nightmare to add a turbo to that sled. As well that would make an already 14 k cdn sled into a 20k cdn sled. No thanks Ill keep what I have.
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Those pics don't tell us how even if there is a turbo under the hood. Looked closely at the Viper at the show. It looks like a nightmare to add a turbo to that sled. As well that would make an already 14 k cdn sled into a 20k cdn sled. No thanks Ill keep what I have.
Ok, there's no turbo on it, you're right, it can't be done.
Why do you think I would say there's a turbo on the sled if there wasn't?
It's not a nightmare, it's very simple if you have a clue of what you're doing.
I don't care about your cdn dollars, I'm just saying there are turbo Vipers and ZR7000's out there!
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Now taking orders for Yamaha Viper and Arctic Cat XF7000 Turbo Kits. This very simple bolt on kit will make 180-200HP at 8-9PSI Boost with stock compression, and easily upgradable to 270HP with a headshim.
Turbo Kit Includes:
GT2860 TURBO
BOOST-IT WATER/AIR INTERCOOLER
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BOOST-IT FUEL CONTROL SYSTEM WITH EBC
CLUTCHING (PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SPRING, WEIGHTS, AND HELIX)
ALL BRACKETS,HOSES,CLAMPS,AND TIES.
GAUGES ARE OPTIONAL ($125 BOOST, $275 AFR)
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Unless you are going to re-design the fuel tank that is above the exhaust you are not going to muscle a turbo in that area jdinny. Zero extra space available. When they turn the head around that has been stated to use it in a bike then you might have some possibilities but until then, unless you have some super secret photo's of a re-designed exhaust area it is not possible.
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Unless you are going to re-design the fuel tank that is above the exhaust you are not going to muscle a turbo in that area jdinny. Zero extra space available. When they turn the head around that has been stated to use it in a bike then you might have some possibilities but until then, unless you have some super secret photo's of a re-designed exhaust area it is not possible.
You are really funny ben, you are telling me something is not possible that I've seen!!!
I am telling you it IS possible, and Boost-It already has one together. Call them if you like, but please don't tell me it's not possible! It's a very easy kit to install, but it is pricey.
We have seen it, and were not allowed to take photos under the cowling as they didn't want to do all the work and have someone else copy it(don't blame them).
And just a fyi, the turbo is not under the gas tank.

Here is the quote from their site:

BOOST-IT

Boost-It Performance Products Updates:
Now taking orders for Yamaha Viper and Arctic Cat XF7000 Turbo Kits. This very simple bolt on kit will make 180-200HP at 8-9PSI Boost with stock compression, and easily upgradable to 270HP with a headshim.
Turbo Kit Includes:
GT2860 TURBO
BOOST-IT WATER/AIR INTERCOOLER
TURBOSMART BOV
BOOST-IT FUEL CONTROL SYSTEM WITH EBC
CLUTCHING (PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SPRING, WEIGHTS, AND HELIX)
ALL BRACKETS,HOSES,CLAMPS,AND TIES.
GAUGES ARE OPTIONAL ($125 BOOST, $275 AFR)

Call or email Neil at Boost-It and tell him it's not possible

On a side note, MC Xpress also has one in the works that is supposed to be done in the fall.

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I have no doubt that there is a turbo installed in this sled, I am saying that the sled pictured is NOT a yamaha but an arctic cat with yamaha graphics on it. As far as having room for a turbo, of course it is possible, the turbo doesn't have to be installed at the exhaust point it only has to have the exhaust routed to it (can be in the front, side, wherever) in order for the exhaust flow to drive it. For someone to say it can't be done is telling me that that person has no clue how a turbo works and has no engineering skills at all.
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 Quote: Originally Posted by thomtrox View Post
I have no doubt that there is a turbo installed in this sled, I am saying that the sled pictured is NOT a yamaha but an arctic cat with yamaha graphics on it. As far as having room for a turbo, of course it is possible, the turbo doesn't have to be installed at the exhaust point it only has to have the exhaust routed to it (can be in the front, side, wherever) in order for the exhaust flow to drive it. For someone to say it can't be done is telling me that that person has no clue how a turbo works and has no engineering skills at all.

I was gonna say I saw that yama-cat at the show and it would pretty easy to get a turbo in that sled. The whole right side of the sled where I would start.
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All turbos make a lot of heat. I wouldn't want one under the hood. Rear mount with intercooler under hood. Anyway what is the deal with the belts? Is it heat or power that blows them?
We did a MC express on a vecture (3 lungs). We also put a cobra with 8 tooth drivers. 115 mph blows belt like clock work. Was told to gear it up over factory.( which we were way under due to 8 tooth drivers). We had no snow when we finished the gearing so that's why I ask.
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 Quote: Originally Posted by thomtrox View Post
I have no doubt that there is a turbo installed in this sled, I am saying that the sled pictured is NOT a yamaha but an arctic cat with yamaha graphics on it. As far as having room for a turbo, of course it is possible, the turbo doesn't have to be installed at the exhaust point it only has to have the exhaust routed to it (can be in the front, side, wherever) in order for the exhaust flow to drive it. For someone to say it can't be done is telling me that that person has no clue how a turbo works and has no engineering skills at all.
You really have to look under the hood on the sled to realize that any additional plumbing added to this sled is going to be a nightmare. There is no room anywhere for any additional anything. I have been to the shows and have had the hood off of it and it is not going to be cheap, easy or worth the headache in my opinion. Mounting the Turbo further away from the header is only going to add lag which is a no no for most people as well. Again, my opinion only.
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 Quote: Originally Posted by jdinny View Post
Ok, there's no turbo on it, you're right, it can't be done.
Why do you think I would say there's a turbo on the sled if there wasn't?
It's not a nightmare, it's very simple if you have a clue of what you're doing.
I don't care about your cdn dollars, I'm just saying there are turbo Vipers and ZR7000's out there!
Have a nice day my friend



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Now taking orders for Yamaha Viper and Arctic Cat XF7000 Turbo Kits. This very simple bolt on kit will make 180-200HP at 8-9PSI Boost with stock compression, and easily upgradable to 270HP with a headshim.
Turbo Kit Includes:
GT2860 TURBO
BOOST-IT WATER/AIR INTERCOOLER
TURBOSMART BOV
BOOST-IT FUEL CONTROL SYSTEM WITH EBC
CLUTCHING (PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SPRING, WEIGHTS, AND HELIX)
ALL BRACKETS,HOSES,CLAMPS,AND TIES.
GAUGES ARE OPTIONAL ($125 BOOST, $275 AFR)
Hey buddy take a valium!!!! Ever tried de-caf! And we wonder why some people never use these sites! Have a nice summer "my friend"
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 Quote: Originally Posted by thomtrox View Post
I have no doubt that there is a turbo installed in this sled, I am saying that the sled pictured is NOT a yamaha but an arctic cat with yamaha graphics on it. As far as having room for a turbo, of course it is possible, the turbo doesn't have to be installed at the exhaust point it only has to have the exhaust routed to it (can be in the front, side, wherever) in order for the exhaust flow to drive it. For someone to say it can't be done is telling me that that person has no clue how a turbo works and has no engineering skills at all.
You are 100% correct.
Boost-It took a cat, and installed the 1049 triple Yamaha to be the first producer of a turbo kit for the ZR7000 and Viper.
They did post a few build pics on Snowest but won't show under the hood just yet.
It is a REALLY nice setup.
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