You obviously know nothing about turbos. That is fine and dandy you have 5 friends that have turbos. This video shows absolutely nothing about how well it runs for a turbo. Turbos work by loading a motor. The video doesn't load the motor at all. And what does this have to do with someone being a pro and not a pro? I was just telling where you can find clips of a turbo that is running good. It takes zero skills to get on a turbo sled and pin it. If the sled is tuned and runs good, the sled will pull like a raped ape and it would be 100% apparent in any GoPro footage whether it be a 7 year old kid or Chris Burandt. This sled does nothing like this whatsoever in the clip. There are a lot of turbo makers/sellers that post garbage stuff saying how well their stuff runs and how well the throttle response is. I am definitly not accusing WheelHouse of this, however I am just bringing up the fact this video shows nothing of substance to people who don't know turbos. I feel bad for how many people go out and spend there last bit of money turboing a sled then it runs like junk and their season is ruined and their $5000-$7000 is wasted. JJ_0909 I suggest you go look elsewhere for your participation trophy
Nowhere did anyone say this was all time riding or that this was a pro. It is November 17th! Most years we are lucky to ride on a road at this point, let alone any sort of mountain riding.
Nobody claimed this sled was setup perfectly either, and as always you gotta be Burandt good to make GoPro footage look interesting.
This was just some fun early season meadow skipping with a clean running turbo sled. Something to show "yeah, the ECU reflash works and hot-dang there is some snow on the ground! High Five!"
If you are looking for a pro level rider in the craziest of terrain, just wait, its coming, but for now these little clips are fun to keep the stoke high!
I'm sure there is an extra 10-15% to be eeked out of this particular sled in clutching and gearing alone. I'm also sure the rider is probably getting a feel for his new beast.
If you want to objectively show me where I'm wrong, go ahead, I'm all ears. But again the "armchair GoPro dynoing" is super lame and casts some unnecessary shade that does nobody any good...