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Old 12-20-2013, 10:20 AM   #11
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You sure about that??? I was told Cat did their own mapping, and use their own clutching
Chris Reid from Yamaha posted on his blog that they share the same mapping and management systems. Here is his quote

"Another question from the show… ECU calibration. The ECU is the same on Viper as it is in the 7000, horsepower output is identical. How it is put to the ground is another story. One that will be told on the snow. I’ll watch for any more scuttlebutt, ugly rumors or out and out horse-pucky and weigh-in when I can…cheers cr"
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Chris Reid from Yamaha posted on his blog that they share the same mapping and management systems. Here is his quote

"Another question from the show… ECU calibration. The ECU is the same on Viper as it is in the 7000, horsepower output is identical. How it is put to the ground is another story. One that will be told on the snow. I’ll watch for any more scuttlebutt, ugly rumors or out and out horse-pucky and weigh-in when I can…cheers cr"

Yep..just found that...Cat did the mapping on both.
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Yep..just found that...Cat did the mapping on both.
That's what I said cat mapping. Yamaha did the mapping on previous sleds using that same motor with not one problem.
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Old 12-20-2013, 07:46 PM   #14
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That's what I said cat mapping. Yamaha did the mapping on previous sleds using that same motor with not one problem.
What you said was "That's arctic at mapping. No problem with vipers. "
Funny there's no problem with Vipers, but they use the same map.
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What you said was "That's arctic at mapping. No problem with vipers. "
Funny there's no problem with Vipers, but they use the same map.
sorry. I thought they did there own mapping.
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Chris Reid from Yamaha posted on his blog that they share the same mapping and management systems. Here is his quote

"Another question from the show… ECU calibration. The ECU is the same on Viper as it is in the 7000, horsepower output is identical. How it is put to the ground is another story. One that will be told on the snow. I’ll watch for any more scuttlebutt, ugly rumors or out and out horse-pucky and weigh-in when I can…cheers cr"
"How it is put to the ground" is talking about the clutching. There is a fairly big difference with clutching. We are not even able to switch the Yammie secondary because of the jackshaft being different. The Yammie primary is a solid piece and I'm curious to see results on how the clutching is working.

I would love to ride the two variations for some miles. I think we have a great trail sled with either combo.
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YEP anything below -20 starts to get really cold, just finished up three days of -40. Gotta love the Yukon
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Its because when it is so cold, you shall not ride your snowmobile
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