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turboyfz450

2005 yfz450 with turbo

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has anyone put a turbo on a yfz 450 yet. im in the process right now but would like to know how it runs afterwards and if theres anything i specifically need to know about it also. thanks

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Tuning is very important when using a forced induction system. Make sure you start with a rich carb mixture. You will need to increase your jet sizes quite a bit to get the extra fuel you need to go with all the air that the turbo will be cramming into the motor. I would guess that the turbo kit should come with new jets, possibly a bigger carb too. If you don't get enough fuel, that motor will be toast in no time. As far as how it will run with the turbo system properly installed, I think that it will be something like a raped ape with rabies on steroids.

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There are some videos on Youtube. I'm interested in your results, keep us posted!

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3GwyKBIRtE&feature=related]YouTube - Turbo YFZ450 Dyno Results[/ame]

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKSqtp-7DuU&feature=related]YouTube - MotoDani Yamaha YFZ 450 Turbo[/ame]

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdtFcCnS-Z8&feature=related]YouTube - yfz 450 turbo brazil[/ame]

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Tuning is very important when using a forced induction system. Make sure you start with a rich carb mixture. You will need to increase your jet sizes quite a bit to get the extra fuel you need to go with all the air that the turbo will be cramming into the motor. I would guess that the turbo kit should come with new jets, possibly a bigger carb too. If you don't get enough fuel, that motor will be toast in no time. As far as how it will run with the turbo system properly installed, I think that it will be something like a raped ape with rabies on steroids.

ill keep that in mind for sure. thanks!

i had my frame powdercoated and averything else all i need to do it put it back together wich i am doing now. the hard part is getting it tuned out right like u said. but im excited about it. this should be a one of a kind bike when i get finished.

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