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ok so ive been talkin to some ppl with these rev boxs and they say its a quick, easy, and worth buying upgrade.

heres the one im thinkin about buyin...

eBay Motors: AMR STAGE 2 REV BOX HONDA TRX 400EX IGNITION 400 CDI (item 370064886695 end time Aug-28-08 16:57:54 PDT)

i was talkin to my buddy about it and he said it would eventually blow the engine(i kno bullshitt right?). i said i wouldnt think so, unless i held it wide open for a prolonged amount of time. but my question is, could this rev box possibly blow my engine? im tryin to make my quad as fast as possible without taking away the 400ex's well known reliability.

and another question wat stage should i get? stage 2 or 3? remeber my quad is stock

thanks alot guys

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ok so ive been talkin to some ppl with these rev boxs and they say its a quick, easy, and worth buying upgrade.

heres the one im thinkin about buyin...

eBay Motors: AMR STAGE 2 REV BOX HONDA TRX 400EX IGNITION 400 CDI (item 370064886695 end time Aug-28-08 16:57:54 PDT)

i was talkin to my buddy about it and he said it would eventually blow the engine(i kno bullshitt right?). i said i wouldnt think so, unless i held it wide open for a prolonged amount of time. but my question is, could this rev box possibly blow my engine? im tryin to make my quad as fast as possible without taking away the 400ex's well known reliability.

and another question wat stage should i get? stage 2 or 3? remeber my quad is stock

thanks alot guys

i really dont see how it can blow your engine.....:no:

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No, it won't. If you get the stage 3, possibly. Just for comparison, On the Rhino the stage 2 increases from the stock 6800RPMs to 7800RPMs. The Stage 3 raises it to 9000. With stock internals you that is too high of reving. The stage 2 SHOULDN'T give you any problems. Stage 3 is for people that have crazy after markets done inside.

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No, it won't. If you get the stage 3, possibly. Just for comparison, On the Rhino the stage 2 increases from the stock 6800RPMs to 7800RPMs. The Stage 3 raises it to 9000. With stock internals you that is too high of reving. The stage 2 SHOULDN'T give you any problems. Stage 3 is for people that have crazy after markets done inside.

wow 9000 rpms would blow my engine in a flash:yes:

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9000 is for the guys that put turbo chargers on them.

cool, i wish i had a turbocharger on the sunl, SUPER SLEEPER! i put a turbo on a go cart once, it was faaaaaaaaasssssssst

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cool, i wish i had a turbocharger on the sunl, SUPER SLEEPER! i put a turbo on a go cart once, it was faaaaaaaaasssssssst

wen u turboed the go cart was it like just a lawn mower engine? or some fuel injected beast!

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i want a twin turbo hayabusa and a light weight strached frame, anybody here have any SPARE cash??:laugh:

spare change?:confused:

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I have a big gun Rev Box in my raptor. Ya it does a fair amount of pep to your ride. Ya its quick and easy to install. It took me about 10 seconds to install, make sure that yours is reaady to snap in and you don't have to mess with any wires unless you are comfortable with that kind of stuff...

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I have a big gun Rev Box in my raptor. Ya it does a fair amount of pep to your ride. Ya its quick and easy to install. It took me about 10 seconds to install, make sure that yours is reaady to snap in and you don't have to mess with any wires unless you are comfortable with that kind of stuff...

Good advise, most of the CDI boxes are plug and play.

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