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how to more out of my rhino

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hay guys i have yamaha rhino 07 660 with a upgrated cdi box, clutch kit, carb kit. my question is what's next, trying to get more tire spin

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now that;s not funny your just jelous ha ha ha

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hay guys i have yamaha rhino 07 660 with a upgrated cdi box, clutch kit, carb kit. my question is what's next, trying to get more tire spin

If you want to get some spin....get some N.O.S.

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Performer Wet Nitrous System for Yamaha Rhino 660

System Includes:

5-lb. capacity bottle (shipped empty)

Performer nitrous and fuel solenoid

Electrical fuel pump to support extra flow

E1 series nitrous direct port nozzle

Stainless steel braided hose

Nitrous and fuel filters

Stainless steel jets for longevity and tighter tolerances

System and jetting for gains of 10, 15 and 20 horsepower

Aircraft quality fittings

Owner’s manual and all necessary hardware for a complete installation

Edelbrock Rhino 660 Nitrous Kit

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I highly recommend a new exhaust and air filter. There are several companies that sell duals for the rhino. That with a nice K&N filter opens it up a bit. What is your top speed right now?

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i have a aftermaret pipe on it my top speed was about 50 but after i put in the clutch kit it's now about 37 with 28 inch swamper tires, i gained more low end power but when i hit a steep hill it slows down to a crawl, but keeps climing i have to hit the hill with a lot of speed to keep the momentom to reach the top

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