Vipax-Combining David and Goliath

NOSNOWNOGO

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Yes its running mid 11s on 02. I'm messing with my fuel mixture and then will follow up trim to fuel mapping as needed. I used stock viper catch which I really don't like. It worked for test purposes. I'm building my own with a few tweaks to eliminate the need for roll over valve. The final part of this includes clutching prior to making final adjustments to map. I'm running a team secondary and a viper primary on a nytro motor with an mcx fuel controller and turbo set up off of my viper with polaris quick drive. To date I'm not aware of another setup like this so I have had to establish my own baseline and tune from there. It's really close now. Would be alot simpler if things cross-referenced from one brand to another as far as tension and spring load charts go. All good. If it was easy everyone would be doing it. I'll upload some pics of oil catch when I complete.
 

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Currently yes I am. Not a base plug and play map though. Mark has been great in helping make necessary adjustments. They run a micro squirt setup. So options are out there. I ran a 330hp setup on a nytro Mark setup. Ran flawless. In my opinion he has the most experience and knowledge in the industry on the 1050 platform as well as 1000. The guy was putting turbos on sleds in the 80s and 90s. The sidewinder is essentially a 1050 with smaller pistons to get below the 1000cc threshold to be applicable for side by side implementation. Why make two engines within 50 cc. Makes sense to me. If Yamaha every put him to work as a completely funded R and D build guy it would be industry changing.
 
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