Yes you could get the typical wastegate canister for the EFR. They offer 3 different versions: low medium and high boost. I honestly don't think you will need it though. They are wicked fast at building boost as is.
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Do maintain target clutch RPM from, say, 3000 to 10000 feet....without need to touch clutching or weights?
You got it!!Keep the vids coming Tory... Love watching you guys ride, you need to make another video compilation at end of the year again:face-icon-small-coo
We rode ~50 miles last ride. Quite a bit of trail though. I burned basically a full tank. Stockers had 1/2 tank left. They drink gas with the boost turned up.How does the kit seem to be doing on fuel? Are you guys carrying extra fuel or are you able to get a nice days ride out of a tank? Thanks
Hi all. First test ride yesterday with my MTNTK turboed '16 axys: great power, zero stuttering or bogs, and very little turbo lag. However, it is hard to start first start of the day. Takes me 10-12 pulls, and that was sitting overnight in a fairly warm (50*) garage. After sled is warmed up to 100*, I can shut it down, and then restart it a couple minutes later with only one pull. Leave it sit for 10 min or longer (outside temps on the hill were 10 degrees) and then it takes 3-5 pulls, most of the time partially opening the throttle to get it started. Nate from MTNTK said unfortunately this is normal for the Axys. You guys experiencing the same thing? If not, you have any helpful tips? Right now I am concerned about trying to get it started after it has sat outside all night in 10 to 20 degree weather.
And what weights you running? I have my boost turned all the way down and was still over revving (8450) with 72 gram Polaris weights at 5500' elevation, dry fluffy snow conditions.