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09 teryx top speed with mods

Still looking at buying a SxS. I posted on here about a teryx or rzr s. Then i saw the rzr xp and a buddy of mine bought a commander 1000. Still have a chance to buy a new 09 teryx but know it wont be comparable top speed to the can am. After all this my question is: a msd, muzzy pro, std bore kit, vfj clutch work, brute bevel gears, catch can mod, larger rad fan and different air filter plenum. What kind of speeds could one pull out of the teryx. Just trying to weigh out the costs vs results. Thought about the rzr xp but after all the axle breakage etc i am walking away from one not to mention the cost. Anyone with all these mods have some results for me to compare.
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My machine has a 840 stage II cams, DASA air filter, Muzzy Pro, MSD, PCV with autotune, Dalton clutch kit with OD cover, 27.5" pitbull growlers and I can get 70mph out of it. It is heavy and I am heavy so together we are really heavy, so a lighter machine with std bore kit and smaller tires and BF bevel's would likely go faster for sure.

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If you do everything you are talking about with the bevel gears and some bored throttle bodies you should easily be in the high 70s, depending on wieght and tire size.

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Would prefer to stay with the stock throttle bodies and will be running 26" big horns. This will be a trail machine and not a mud runner. Most trails are higher speed trails and if the trail slows it goes into low range from there instead of blowing belts. I dont want to go 840 due to heat issues and long runs so te std bore will do it for me. I know i will not be comparing apples to apples when running with the c a 1000 but every penny in the pocket helps and the look on someones face when they spent $20k compared to a fraction of that and a lower cc machine = PRICELESS!!!. Also like the narrow stance of the teryx to fit down trails when going hunting
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As far as top speed you won't give up much with the standard bore vs 840, the 840 has more tourqe.

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Would prefer to stay with the stock throttle bodies and will be running 26" big horns. This will be a trail machine and not a mud runner. Most trails are higher speed trails and if the trail slows it goes into low range from there instead of blowing belts. I dont want to go 840 due to heat issues and long runs so te std bore will do it for me. I know i will not be comparing apples to apples when running with the c a 1000 but every penny in the pocket helps and the look on someones face when they spent $20k compared to a fraction of that and a lower cc machine = PRICELESS!!!. Also like the narrow stance of the teryx to fit down trails when going hunting
I am in the business of selling stuff and I think your list is too long to accomplish the goal.

MSD, Muzzy Std and overdrive plate should get you 67 68 with stock tires.

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I am in the business of selling stuff and I think your list is too long to accomplish the goal.

MSD, Muzzy Std and overdrive plate should get you 67 68 with stock tires.

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In what sense do ou think " my lst is too long to accomplish the goal"? Do you mean dollar wise or technical?
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In what sense do ou think " my lst is too long to accomplish the goal"? Do you mean dollar wise or technical?
Your list is a good one but you don't need all that to go nearly 70.

If I was you I would start the list and at some point you maybe satisfied without doing the top end kit.

Unless your planning on doing a big bore stay with muzzy std.

IF you would like to discuss some options without wasting money and doing it right the first time call me first of the week.

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I know i will not be satisfied with that and is why i would like to go with a std bore kit etc. My prarie is a 730 trail kit and my brute is my race bike with bbk, +4 valva race heads etc and am always looking for more power. Just trying to stay away from too much heat from a bbk. Not to mention doing a engine kit n a new bike is the best time to do it as it is so clean.
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Todd is right about 67-68 mph but I did not read where that was your goal, I got the idea that you wanted to run a little faster.

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