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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 01-29-2010, 10:27 PM Thread Starter
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what would u do to your teryx first

i am wanting new seats or a msd.it is stock right now only mod is take off the stock tailpipe tip.what are the benefits of doing the msd.thanks any input would be appreciated
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It removes the speed limiter and raises the rpm limit makes small changes to your timing curve pick up 10mph on stock machine, and when you do other mods later like a muzzy or other exhaust you will be able to get map to change fuel and air mixture and improve performace greatly my personal opinion it would be one of the first mods I made,

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i would save me up $1750.oo and order the tmw offroad 09-2010 power bundle. it comes with muzzy exhuast, afe intake kit, afe CVT filter, Dalton clutch, MDS Charge FI, but thats my opinion. i think stock teryx has like 25-26hp, these bolt ons bump ya up to 40hp atleast thats what tmw rep. told me. MSD is already mapped for the mods in the kit to.
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i would save me up $1750.oo and order the tmw offroad 09-2010 power bundle. it comes with muzzy exhuast, afe intake kit, afe CVT filter, Dalton clutch, MDS Charge FI, but thats my opinion. i think stock teryx has like 25-26hp, these bolt ons bump ya up to 40hp atleast thats what tmw rep. told me. MSD is already mapped for the mods in the kit to.
Save money and don't get the AFE intake, waste of money produces nothing and the CVT filter is not a good idea anymore. Heat is a bigger problem than the dust.

On our dyno a stock 09 Teryx gets 29 and with those mods minus the intake and CVT filter you get about 36.

Don't always believe what someone who is selling you something is saying, even though I sell something this time it does not apply!! LOL

I would say, MSD, Muzzy, Dalton and OD clutch plate would be the best of the best as far as bolts ons go.

Two other optional items is some kind of set to stop the oil from getting into the plenum, several homemade set ups or we have a ready to go kit called a STOP kit and then a billet air filter adapter to insure you won't have dirty air slipping by the stock set up.

You will find most of the vendors here are right on and the members here are very helpful.

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Diddo on what Todd said!

As for the seats, aftermarket seats are awesome and greatly improve your comfort level. Only problem alot of them will not fit with the stock cage because the headreats of the seat will hit the cage, unless you go with shorter seats or maybe someone makes seats to fit in the stock cage. You may have to do some mods to make a new seat fit.

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I agree with Todd at Huner Works 100%

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I agree with Bigdaddy even if he can't spell Hunterworks!!



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thanks for all the info
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hey man i would get the MSD first..then send your complete primary clutch to V Force John for a little clutch magic, then the muzzy duals..
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