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post #11 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-27-2008, 07:16 AM
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Brian, I'm not getting the top speed some people are. But I still have the stock intake/exhaust. I didn't see adding these until I could program it in. I think it was well worth it simply for the throttle response. It seems to have more power in my opinion. Not hitting the limiter was a big plus. Adding the sheave got me to 49 before it started sputtering at the limiter. Once the ECU was available it got me to about 53-54, but I'm not a small person either. Mine is pretty much stock as well. I do have 26 inch mudlite tires too. Those speeds are from reading the dash which could be off a little. I hope this helps.
that's like $50 per MPH. I think I'll wait until I get the sheave. Our rhino has 25" big horns and we hit the limiter at 41mph (boo).
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The power and throttle response made it worthwhile in my opinion. I do mostly trail riding with a little on the road. Being able to accelerate faster is what I wanted the most for mine. I was out last night jumping some hills at the farm. It works great. I don't go to the dunes that much but I could see where top speed would come in handy. Have you changed out your sheave yet?--- I just re-read your post. I see your waiting on the sheave.
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we just got our's a while back and have got some money wrapped up in harnesses and wheels and tires. Next purchase will be a sheave and and ecu and/or ignition
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Sorry Taylor, Didn't mean to hijack your post.
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post #15 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-27-2008, 09:46 AM Thread Starter
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no problem whatsoever

Mark,
Keep up the good work...thanks for filling in.
we will have some results today from the Dyno finally, got our new exhaust yesterday. The programmer is going to be the secret for getting the power that we all want, though just the ecu is nice as it eliminates limiters and gets you going quicker. I will post up some results either today or Monday.

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Ecu

dumb question but is the ECU the equivalent of the CDI for the carb?

who makes it?
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yes

yes it is, Dynatek is the MFG.
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post #18 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-02-2008, 06:13 PM
 
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Smile Rhino 700 ECU

Hey, you all should check out the Procom new box for the 700. It is a ECU and EFI controller all in one. They claim up to 62mph. That's awesome, sounds way better than the Dynatech or the MSD. I saw it at Mendoza's Offroad - here is the link: YAMAHA RHINO 700 PROCOM ENGINEERING PERFORMANCE ECU, EFI IGNITION CONTROLLER
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Will the ecu and sheeve hurt my reliability or my bottom end power.I will probably go to a 27" tire.My wife wants to use this thing around our yard too.
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post #20 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-03-2008, 08:18 AM
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Will the ecu and sheeve hurt my reliability or my bottom end power.I will probably go to a 27" tire.My wife wants to use this thing around our yard too.
not at all if anything the ecu will help with bottom end
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