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Old 03-12-2013, 01:04 AM
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Anyone looking to boost or for a boosted sled, go to Erik Woog at Vohk in Kremmling Colorado

Literrally it is pull and go. So far 350mi on my 2013 Pro and absolutely zero issues, no tinkering or problems at all!!

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I thought he threw in the towel on the boondocker Pro. I heard he is on a cat now with the boondocker.
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Alpine Motor Sports is a top level dealer for both Polaris and Arctic Cat and is committed to maintaing that for many years to come, VOHK Performance will continue boosting both Polaris and Arctic Cat sleds as well... no towels have been thrown in :-)Regarding Boondocker, much the same, I have worked with them for over a decade and plan to continue for many more. As for brand choice, I prefer my clients be riding the unit they feel best serves them.
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Anyone looking to boost or for a boosted sled, go to Erik Woog at Vohk in Kremmling Colorado

Literrally it is pull and go. So far 350mi on my 2013 Pro and absolutely zero issues, no tinkering or problems at all!!

I spent my day on a stocker today and it sucked, never again. I love the turbo
Do you ride anywhere at different elevation then what Erik tunes the sled at? Is there much tunning that needs to be done if you go up to 10-11,000ft? How about temp change have you rode when it has been warm?
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I spent my day on a stocker today and it sucked, never again. I love the turbo
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Do you ride anywhere at different elevation then what Erik tunes the sled at? Is there much tunning that needs to be done if you go up to 10-11,000ft? How about temp change have you rode when it has been warm?
Most of our riding is up high so 10-11 is no sweat. The hottest temp I hit last week was 183 and 8.8 max boost. That was 10k feet

Erik knows his ****, dude has it down. Everyone I know with a turbo M8 or Turbo Pro all pull and go.
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183 that is way to hot.
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Most of our riding is up high so 10-11 is no sweat. The hottest temp I hit last week was 183 and 8.8 max boost. That was 10k feet

Erik knows his ****, dude has it down. Everyone I know with a turbo M8 or Turbo Pro all pull and go.
Are you talking about water temp? Or charged air temp?? If water temp I take it you were running down the trail without your scratchers down??

I was asking about the weather outside though... Say it was tuned in at below 0 and come spring your riding it when its 45 degrees and sunny out, is there much tuning needed??
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Coolant or intake air, 183 is to hot
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