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updating a web site questions

I am updating my website to include my Teryx motor products. The Kawasaki V-Twin motors have been a big part of my business for the past 5 years and I would like some feed back of what kind of imformation you would like to know when looking at a site. In the past I didn't put much info on there because I feel I need to talk to each customer to make sure they were getting the products that worked best for what they are doing with their quad and now Side X Sides. I could wright a book about these motors but I would like to keep it simple. Thanks for your time.

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what would be the best motor package for a hard duner and occational desert rider?
I was entertaining the idea of the 916 kit that muzzys has on their site but I am having reservations about going that way and I could use some help
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what would be the best motor package for a hard duner and occational desert rider?
I was entertaining the idea of the 916 kit that muzzys has on their site but I am having reservations about going that way and I could use some help
The 840 has been the best bang for the buck. Going bigger without going big valve Port & Flow will do very little for you but give you more torque. We have a 900 and 1000cc kits now at $600 to $800 less then the 916. The reason we went with a 900 is we found the 916 bored into a stock sleeve had problems so we kept it at a 89mm piston on our 900 vs the 90mm for their 916. Our 1000cc 93mm piston and longer 63.5mm stroke uses a steel sleeve that is thicker and holds it shape. The big motors are for those that want the most out of it at any cost,but for the majority the 840 is very good.
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I always wanted prices on "kits" last time i checked your site everything was priced individually. Example: 840 kit comes with pistons, rings clips, cams, valve springs, gaskets, $500 boring and plating required $100, makes 80hp 1 week Expected turn around time.

Use those prices too...


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i am just waiting to see the teryx section.... and like i keet repeating.....those special prices..

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I'm taking product pics as we speak. Now I know why I didn't do all this before
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