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I thought i read somewhere that the carbs on the teryx is smaller then the carbs on the brute force. is this right??? if so anyone put brute force carbs on the teryx???
 

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I should know the answer to that but I am almost positive they are the same.

Bigger is not always better. If they were smaller it would be because these engines will rev slower than on a brute due to weight therefore they need more velocity of air not volume.
i did a lil research they are the same 34mm thanks
 

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Again Todd, what you say makes sense logically. That's why, I assume, your carb kit improves the velocity of air & gas, but the volume wouldn't change (still 34mm). I've told you before, another 100 years & I'll know almost as much as you!:)
 

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Hey Todd, It never hurts to try.:D I'll have to watch your latest video. The only reason I haven't already ordered the CDI carb kit is money (lack of it). Just paid the second half of real estate taxes on my home & on the cabin/hunting land & will definitely be broke for awhile.
 

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We all want a discount Todd! That isn't the reason we give you kudo's though, it's because you tell it to us straight, not from a profit minded manner. That is extremely refreshing and proving it works before selling it, and not selling what doesn't work will make you a more respected person and that will lead to greater wealth in the end.

To keep it on somewhat on subject, I'm in the middle of installing my carb kit and Muzzy's on the Teryx and it's going very smooth so far, Just got the carbs and plenum back on and need to put the pipes on next. I watched the video of the carb kit install a couple times and it was very helpful!

Thanks again Todd, you rock! Looking forard to you getting back in the shop and doing all the testing on the new stuff!
 
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