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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-18-2009, 05:12 PM Thread Starter
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2010 Teryx Wish List

Not sure if Kawi Reps read this or not but....

What would you like to see in 2010?

Start off with

1. 840cc+ from the factory with at least 36mm Throttle bodies for FI.
2. Make the center tunnel wider on the driver side to fix the throttle /sore leg issue.
3. 4 point harness from factory.
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enigne options and stereo installed.

09 monster sport teryx
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LOL since I have had mine off so much....

Please, please, please, let us remove the hood without removing the cage!!!




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i agree with the front hood being able to open. Maybe a 850 V-Twin, power steering as an option..easier belt access
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I choose D all of the above and I'll take 2
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I wish they would replace all bolts and screws with those pushpin plastic bolts.......really......yeah, even in the skid plate!!!!
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1. Hood that opens.
2. Relocate battery & electronics to up & under hood. Space left under seat could house a water tight storage box.
3. oil cooler.
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Hands Down #1 removable hood.
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1. Hood that opens.
2. Relocate battery & electronics to up & under hood. Space left under seat could house a water tight storage box.
3. oil cooler.

Why oil cooler? Have there been overheating issues with the Teryx?
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I have not had any overheating issues and don't think I've read about anyone on here that has had any. I just think the more heat you can pull away from the motor the better. One way would be an oil cooler. Plus it would add a little more oil capacity.
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