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2009 teryx mods where do you start

just bought a 2009 teryx what are some the best mods to do at first. I really just ride the dunes
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Depends on how far you want to go.

Here is our standard list and all items we have either preprogrammed or pre-set up for you.

MSD fuel/ignition controller
Muzzy standard pipe
Dalton Clutch kit
Overdrive plate
Billet air filter adapter with clamp on UNI filter
Cleaning kit with oil for filter
STOP Kit if you are having the oil in the plenum problem


The above is everything you need bolt on wise. If you ever want to do engine kit of any kind you will need these items and you will already have them.

The above list will make a huge difference in performance and not hurt reliability.

Of course we sell it all and can sell it in package form saving some bucks.

Don't just take my word on it, ask the guys on this forum

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just bought a 2009 teryx what are some the best mods to do at first. I really just ride the dunes
1. MSD
2. exhaust - Muzzy or DASA

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KBrown Customs HID kit
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1. MSD
2. exhaust - Muzzy or DASA
1. MSD
2. Dasa or Muzzy PRO
3. Aftermarket filter with better clamping surface
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DASA is good but very loud.

A Muzzy pro will actually hurt performance between 0-20 unless you have a big bore kit like a 840 and above.

The Muzzy Pro is a slight bit quieter than the std though.



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DASA is good but very loud.

A Muzzy pro will actually hurt performance between 0-20 unless you have a big bore kit like a 840 and above.

The Muzzy Pro is a slight bit quieter than the std though.
Power is LOUD, with quiet cores in the Dasa you'll love it. not too loud. But Do not buy a standard Muzzy if you even have a slight notion you might want to do motor work because you will regret it and be stuck trying to sell a terd like so many have done before you. Doubtful you'll notice 0-20 performance differences in anything other than a drag race. But Hunterworks does test his stuff and does nice work. not trying to discount them, just hate to see wasted dough. but from my experiance the standard will bum you out when you decide to mod the motor. thats why I chose the Dasa, plus the sound is BAD ASS!!!

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Thanks for your guys input i think im going with the msd ing. and the clutch kit for now Ill do some more mods down the road, I want to do the clutch kit because the last time i took it out the belt light came on and it slip a little bit what do you guys think. Thanks again mike
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Thanks for your guys input i think im going with the msd ing. and the clutch kit for now Ill do some more mods down the road, I want to do the clutch kit because the last time i took it out the belt light came on and it slip a little bit what do you guys think. Thanks again mike
It is a good start for sure. Since it takes about three hours to get in and out on the clutch then make sure you do all you want to do in there while you are there.

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Adjust or replace belt
clutch kit install
overdrive plate

There are install videos on our site to help you.



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Don't throw money away on a dalton set up. 325 for kit & 150-175 for OD plate+ = 450-475. Just send your clutch to V force john,he cuts the sheave & od plate ( even cuts a dalton plate ) with springs 400 shipped. Way better belt grip & life. Dasa pipe with cores is still loud. Get the muzzy pro's. VFJ will set you up with a package deal.
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Power is LOUD, with quiet cores in the Dasa you'll love it. not too loud. But Do not buy a standard Muzzy if you even have a slight notion you might want to do motor work because you will regret it and be stuck trying to sell a terd like so many have done before you. Doubtful you'll notice 0-20 performance differences in anything other than a drag race. But Hunterworks does test his stuff and does nice work. not trying to discount them, just hate to see wasted dough. but from my experiance the standard will bum you out when you decide to mod the motor. thats why I chose the Dasa, plus the sound is BAD ASS!!!
Well , you may want to rethink that statement. Standard Muzzys are good very good. I have tested V/S Pro's on BUILT bikes. The Pro's liked the 840 with MAJOR head work. Slight better performance up top. Tod is right from 0-20 you will lose some v/s standard. 840 with out head work performed slightly better with a standard v/s pro. This was tested on two 840's side by side.

All I can say if you find somebody trying to sell a turd (standard Muzzy) jump all over it and smile the whole time when you pocket the savings

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