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Ive had my 700xx for about 8 months now. So far I have only road it on the sand dunes, still getting used to not having a straight axle. Ive been thinking about a pipe and efi controller but I don't want to spend the money if there's only a slight improvement. I also don't want to exceed 96 decibles. Im also wandering if they make Haullers for 12 inch rims. Thanks for any info.
 

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I put a programmer on mine first. It took away most of the low rpm dieing. I could idle around in 1st, with 14t and factory tires. Then I got uni, and alba full exhaust. The exhaust sounds great and isn't much louder than stock. Most will say 13t is a good investment. But opening up intake and exhaust do a lot.
 

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Welcome to the forum. u will gain about 6 hp with a modded or removed intake lid/ k&n filter and an exhaust and efi. 13t is ok when your stock, but u will need 14 or bigger for the dunes if u add any hp. what part of Oregon u from?
 

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I live near portland. Im running 22inch sandstars on 12inch ITP rims. I would like to try haullers but I don't think they make them for 12inch rims.
 

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welcome! i would buy a set of 10in rims and run haulers can get it all at rockymountain lighter and faster.
 

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Any other suggestions for making this thing more rideable in the dunes? I can't get the XX to cut a turn to save my life. My old Outlaw 525 world break loose and turn sharp in a heartbeat!

I've dropped my air pressure, but am completely stock.
 

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To improve cornering many have had good results with the L8ton Racing rear sway bar.

If I can ever get into the position to buy a 700xx my setup would probably be:
L8ton 11/16" sway bar
10" rear wheels with Haulers or Edges
Ribbed front sand tires
Teixeira Tech adjustable front upper a-arms
 
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