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New and need some suggestions please

We are awaiting delivery of a 2008 Kawasaki Teryx. It will arrive this week. We want to do a couple of things and would appreciate input from those that have gone before us.

1. What is the best Codi computer to erase limiters and performance issues plus high intake filters?

2. What is the best quiet duel muffler system plus jets for the carburetor?

Look forward to a great association with this group and the Teryx.

Thank you.
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if you are not doing a bbk, the dynatech non-programmable is best. Muzzy exhaust are quietest, and hunterworks carb kit....easy as pie

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if you are not doing a bbk, the dynatech non-programmable is best. Muzzy exhaust are quietest, and hunterworks carb kit....easy as pie
Thanks! I do think we want to go programmable. If we go that route what would you suggest?
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I have an 09 so I am not sur about cdi I have MSD but I agree with you I would go programable for sure that way you are covered in the future for what ever changes you do, as for as exhaust Muzzy for me best bolt on HP gain the only other one to even consider is the DASA

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where to find best prices?

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Dynatek Programmable CDI - Kawasaki Teryx 2008

side by side sports com has it for $50 off anyone with experience with this company or suggestions where else to look?

Thanks!
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Sidebyside is fine as long as you don't need any tech support.

They are less with us when you add their shipping to it and we pre-program our own timing map in there for you.

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Sidebyside is fine as long as you don't need any tech support.

They are less with us when you add their shipping to it and we pre-program our own timing map in there for you.

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I have the Dynatek from "Hunter" and his curve "works":

2008 Teryx- FST Standard Bore, Muzzy Exhaust, Dynatek Programmable CDI, HW Carb Kit

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Sidebyside is fine as long as you don't need any tech support.

They are less with us when you add their shipping to it and we pre-program our own timing map in there for you.

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Thanks Todd! If I may at this point I have two other questions. Will the stock clutch be OK? And are there any recomendations for stereo speakers?

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Thanks Todd! If I may at this point I have two other questions. Will the stock clutch be OK? And are there any recomendations for stereo speakers?

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Stock clutch is ok but a Dalton will give you a seat of the pants difference and will make the belt last longer due to a more positive engagement.

I like the Mammoth Sound myself



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I have the Dynatek from "Hunter" and his curve "works":
I agree the HW curve on the stock curve from the get go worked great for me too.

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