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post #1 of 14 Old 01-01-2010, 09:01 AM Thread Starter
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How much to expect from Mods?

I am debating this morning on buying the following for my xx.

1. PCIII - $350
2. FMF 4.1 Powerbomb System - $612
3. Twin Air Air filter - $48
4. Razr II front and rear - $526 includes 10" rear ITP wheels
5. Renthal 13t - $22
6. EHS Lid - $130

So what I am pondering is all this going to be that uch improvement over stock. I just wanna make sure that after spending $1700 that I will see the improvements.
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You can find the PCIII for much less @ http://www.fuelmotousa.com/pcvjapanese.htm
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Agreed, fuelmoto all the way.
The 700 Raptor guys on average gain 10rwhp from stock to the Big 3(then another 10 or more from cam/piston/port), not sure on the XX since its almost nonexistant for the XX guys to mod much less strap down to a dyno.

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Agreed, fuelmoto all the way.
The 700 Raptor guys on average gain 10rwhp from stock to the Big 3(then another 10 or more from cam/piston/port), not sure on the XX since its almost nonexistant for the XX guys to mod much less strap down to a dyno.
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Once I get my Supertrapp exhaust install, will need to find a dyno tester to create new maps since this will be a different exhaust then most people have.

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First year of production there were alot that were modded and dynoed, mine being one of em(54rwhp on knobbies, stock cam and stock valves since none were available at the time lol).

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Once I get my Supertrapp exhaust install, will need to find a dyno tester to create new maps since this will be a different exhaust then most people have.
Youl be surprised how little the map will change from one good exhaust to another.

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im installing a hmf slip on exhaust, a hmf optimizer, and a k&n air filter soon...will i notice a big change in power and torque?
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FWIW I'd be willing to bet that the production numbers of the 1st year raptor and the 700xx we WAY different with the raptor being two or three times the number of 700cc-class hondas. That and the 700xx being released on the heels of the (my worlds) 2nd Great Depression really hurt everything that was to be for the 700xx.



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I tend to agree with Scuzz, The timing on the 700XX was not so good, and the "recession" isn't helping us at all.

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