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880 fundy kit Anyone

Has anyone one hear put fundys 880 big bore kit in a teryx or seen one with one just like to know already have it ordered so not backing out just curious if anyone is running it on here.
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Are you running bigger carbs or oversized throttle bodies?
Talk to (dyno) Ray. He will tell you what you need to make it run good.
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Are you running bigger carbs or oversized throttle bodies?
Talk to (dyno) Ray. He will tell you what you need to make it run good.
Ray is who i got it from. Its a turbo machine so dont need all that other stuff just wondering how they hold up and how guys like the power thats all.

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On our dyno it put down less than the 840 AMR kit but it had the 880 pistons and the AMR cams



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On our dyno it put down less than the 840 AMR kit but it had the 880 pistons and the AMR cams
Its a hard comparison unless you have it set up proper i guess with the 880 na you need head work and throttle bodies and if that was done and it wasent outperforming a 840 then there is something wrong somewhere i am sure bang for your buck it might not be worth it but i am using it on a turbo application so i am not fighting for air like a na motor is what i was looking for was someone with a teryx with a 880 with the proper mads so the 880 is performing to its best.

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Its a hard comparison unless you have it set up proper i guess with the 880 na you need head work and throttle bodies and if that was done and it wasent outperforming a 840 then there is something wrong somewhere i am sure bang for your buck it might not be worth it but i am using it on a turbo application so i am not fighting for air like a na motor is what i was looking for was someone with a teryx with a 880 with the proper mads so the 880 is performing to its best.

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What kind of head work have you done, I would think with the 880 you would for sure need bigger valves and port work even with the turbo to get the max hp.

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What kind of head work have you done, I would think with the 880 you would for sure need bigger valves and port work even with the turbo to get the max hp.
From what i have been told with a turbo it isn't necessary cause at low rpm the air flow can keep up and by the time its higher rpm where it needs the air i am forcing the air in with the turbo so dont really need bigger valves when your just stuffing air into it. And if i have any air flow problems cranking up the boost should compensate for a motor starving but i couldn't see having to do that. If anything my turbo might be a little small but still dont think that will be an problem either
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PM Camo over on Kawieriders. He lives on an acreage somewhere east of Edmonton and has the fastests Vforce I know of. I think he has a Fundy 880 now (at least an 800) kit with a turbo and he even shoots NOS too.


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[QUOTE=Tysonh;47793]From what i have been told with a turbo it isn't necessary cause at low rpm the air flow can keep up and by the time its higher rpm where it needs the air i am forcing the air in with the turbo so dont really need bigger valves when your just stuffing air into it. And if i have any air flow problems cranking up the boost should compensate for a motor starving but i couldn't see having to do that. If anything my turbo might be a little small but still dont think that will be an problem either[/QUOT

Just my opinion not saying it won't work but I think to get max performance for sure bigger intake valves to allow more fuel will improve the performance, would like to hear from some of the motor gurus.

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From what i have been told with a turbo it isn't necessary cause at low rpm the air flow can keep up and by the time its higher rpm where it needs the air i am forcing the air in with the turbo so dont really need bigger valves when your just stuffing air into it. And if i have any air flow problems cranking up the boost should compensate for a motor starving but i couldn't see having to do that. If anything my turbo might be a little small but still dont think that will be an problem either[/QUOT

Just my opinion not saying it won't work but I think to get max performance for sure bigger intake valves to allow more fuel will improve the performance, would like to hear from some of the motor gurus.
Talk to turbo guys big heads and valves arent as big of deal cause you not depending on air flow since your forcing the air through. Dyno ray told me not to worry about it and he designed and built the 880 and with a turbo he said i dont need it
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