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I am thinking about sponsoring this site and I am looking to expand my product line with making big bore and stoker kits for new models. I would appreciate feed back on the most popular models you would like to see kits for. Please let me know if it is a carb or EFI unit. Also what type of riding you do and the tire size you run.

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I'd like to see a larger bore throttle body for the 951cc engine or perhaps even dual throttle bodies. Stock size is 40mm, the new wild cat uses a 50mm, even a throttle body bore option may help? probably be able to bore the stock size out a bit and replace the butterfly? Don't know for sure. maybe even the 700's would benefit from a larger throttle body?

The 1000 is in bad need of a replacement ECU that allows for ignition advancement, not just a piggy back device like the dynatek solution.

Increasing ignition advance and increasing advance faster feels like bolting on 20HP based upon my experience with the dynatek piggy back add-on. Trouble is it failed at 3000, 5000 and 7000 RPM. I'd be guessing that the 1000 ATV or old Tcats with just a larger throttle body and improved ECU would put out close to the same HP as the new wildcat engine. Unless of course the wild cat also has a different cam profile and or head work??

Here is one source of a complete replacement. although not currently offered for the Tcat, but thinking its doable?? pricey though. Love to have it but probably never will.
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Question concerning all performance mods is can the average person afford it? Seems as many mods are limited to professional racers with sponsors to foot the bill or least a person with deep pockets.

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how about a simple stroker kit for us 650V2 (kawasaki engine) owners?

maybe you already have it? I'd love to know about it.
Theres tons of bbks for the v2 no need for anymore really...you can go up as high as you want really 700, 800 ect

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I'd like to see a larger bore throttle body for the 951cc engine or perhaps even dual throttle bodies. Stock size is 40mm, the new wild cat uses a 50mm, even a throttle body bore option may help? probably be able to bore the stock size out a bit and replace the butterfly? Don't know for sure. maybe even the 700's would benefit from a larger throttle body?

The 1000 is in bad need of a replacement ECU that allows for ignition advancement, not just a piggy back device like the dynatek solution.

Increasing ignition advance and increasing advance faster feels like bolting on 20HP based upon my experience with the dynatek piggy back add-on. Trouble is it failed at 3000, 5000 and 7000 RPM. I'd be guessing that the 1000 ATV or old Tcats with just a larger throttle body and improved ECU would put out close to the same HP as the new wildcat engine. Unless of course the wild cat also has a different cam profile and or head work??

Here is one source of a complete replacement. although not currently offered for the Tcat, but thinking its doable?? pricey though. Love to have it but probably never will.
Performance Electronics, Ltd.

Question concerning all performance mods is can the average person afford it? Seems as many mods are limited to professional racers with sponsors to foot the bill or least a person with deep pockets.
Good pricing I can do,but this model has a big problem in building stand alone system. I build big bores strokers and cams,but the ECU is a problem.
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how about a simple stroker kit for us 650V2 (kawasaki engine) owners?

maybe you already have it? I'd love to know about it.

I specilize in the V-Twin motors. I go up to 1005cc on the 750 motors but on the 650-700 motors I stop at 920.
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Affordable upgrades for small bore guys 366-400-500-550-650hi maybe some HP in a bottle

I have the 300,400 air cooled and 500's covered already.
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