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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 07-01-2008, 09:50 AM Thread Starter
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just bought a 2007 800 outlander!

just bought a 2007 outlander 800 outlander! w/less than 100 miles on

any advise???

going to take it to desert dog for the install or is there anyone in las vegas installing the conversion???

getting ready for next season

i want to make it as reliable as possible

and is there any way to re route the air cleaner out of sight ?

thanks for your advise ............!
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just bought a 2007 outlander 800 outlander! w/less than 100 miles on

any advise???

going to take it to desert dog for the install or is there anyone in las vegas installing the conversion???

getting ready for next season

i want to make it as reliable as possible

and is there any way to re route the air cleaner out of sight ?

thanks for your advise ............!
Yes, take it to Magnum offroad.

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I hope to see magnum chime in.......I have a hard time driving a state away to have something worked on....but with magnum doing a swap.....hmmmm.....thats not to far to drive



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Either way he has to drive a state away...but I think So Cal is closer than Phx

I want to shit money so I can do a rotax swap!

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Either way he has to drive a state away...but I think So Cal is closer than Phx

I want to shit money so I can do a rotax swap!
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just bought a 2007 outlander 800 outlander! w/less than 100 miles on

any advise???

going to take it to desert dog for the install or is there anyone in las vegas installing the conversion???

getting ready for next season

i want to make it as reliable as possible

and is there any way to re route the air cleaner out of sight ?

thanks for your advise ............!
things I had to do to make reliable

remove desertdog fabbed exhaust and have custom header and ron wood exhaust, I had a intake made from ron wood, but it doesn't move the intake from current location, that probably could be done, but it hasn't been a problem, so I don't mess with it.
weld front diff bolts so they don't come loose.
get upgraded thrushaft installed at time of install
currently in process of upgrading rear axle set-up(possibly gear-one hubs or funco 930's)
other than that, not a whole lot to do, it's very reliable

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Carry an extra belt!!!!


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Weld frt diff bolt!
got to see a pic of that !

also i have gorilla axels now with long travel

thanks for all the info keep it coming
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if you want to save $1000 you remove the front diff and split the cases
there is a large gear with bolts around it, they will come loose and shoot out the bottom of the diff and destroy the cases., you could drills holes in them and wire tie them together, or put a little weld on it to keep it there. It does take a talented welder to do it, but it will prevent alot of damage.

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if you want to save $1000 you remove the front diff and split the cases
there is a large gear with bolts around it, they will come loose and shoot out the bottom of the diff and destroy the cases., you could drills holes in them and wire tie them together, or put a little weld on it to keep it there. It does take a talented welder to do it, but it will prevent alot of damage.
are these the same ones that you said to green loctite?? mine goes in next week finally. One of the Corr racers that weller builds for is probably buying my engine.

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