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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-10-2019, 05:03 PM
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That FCI will really only be noticeable on the top end, which you are not after. Go with the Pro Design model in your case.

I run the GBC X-REX on both of our Raptors, won't go any other route for their affordable price.

If you get the Trail Tech Vapor it has an inline digital temp guage, so you can kill 2 birds with 1 stone there.

I would suggest a Precision or Fastway Steering stabilizer for trails. Look in the For Sale section in here, hippy has one for sale. They make a world of difference on the trails.
Morphrider, since you suggested the FCI would only really be noticeable on the top end, and to consider the Pro Design since he is more interested in lower end torque, I wondered whether there would be any reason for me to switch to the Pro Design from my GYTR intake with a k&n style filter? I'm assuming this is a stock setup for the 2007 Raptor GYTR i picked up recently, and I would be trail riding mostly as well but also want more torque due to ordering bigger tires for clearance. I'm trying to look at my options for the Big 3 and wondering whether I would notice as big of a difference from standard intake, exhaust, as the GYTR parts?
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If you're interested, I have a Pro Design as well as FCI (no box) air filter assemblies for sale. I can send pics to your phone or email. Both are complete air cleaner, hose to TB and clamps. Might even have Outer Wears. The FCI will still work on the bottom end.
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If you're interested, I have a Pro Design as well as FCI (no box) air filter assemblies for sale. I can send pics to your phone or email. Both are complete air cleaner, hose to TB and clamps. Might even have Outer Wears. The FCI will still work on the bottom end.
I'll PM you. thanks
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update on the ol' Raptor. I've completed the Big 3 (Monster full, Pro-Design no-lid, PC5) and a +3 TB from Cuervo Racing. Just got back from the dyno and made 58.4hp and 69tq. nice near peak hp plateau from around 5400 to 6800 but it's 50+hp from 4100 to 8400 so I'm good with that. Looks like I should be shifting around 7600-7700. I was honestly expecting 2-3hp more, but it's a pretty conservative all-weather tune (I'm told, haven't ridden/looked at tables) and the gas wasn't the freshest. I was going to siphon and put in some fresh 93 before the dyno but it got real cold and I didn't want to go outside.

I've slowly been adding bits here and there, and I still have a few things I'd like to add.

Hand guards (so.many.to.chose.from)
Front bumper (the GYTR for the SE looks cool...but isn't going to help much when I eventually plow into a tree)
Rear grab bar (the GYTR rear grab was not very durable)
off-road lights for night/woods rides.
Still looking into display/speedo options. Trail Tech is the obvious choice but something like the koso rx2n would be super sweet...but these are pretty low priority.
Tempted to go 22's in the rear for trail boggin...

Other than that, it's pretty well buttoned up. Any suggestions for what's left on my list are welcome. happy holidays!
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update on the ol' Raptor. I've completed the Big 3 (Monster full, Pro-Design no-lid, PC5) and a +3 TB from Cuervo Racing. Just got back from the dyno and made 58.4hp and 69tq. nice near peak hp plateau from around 5400 to 6800 but it's 50+hp from 4100 to 8400 so I'm good with that. Looks like I should be shifting around 7600-7700. I was honestly expecting 2-3hp more, but it's a pretty conservative all-weather tune (I'm told, haven't ridden/looked at tables) and the gas wasn't the freshest. I was going to siphon and put in some fresh 93 before the dyno but it got real cold and I didn't want to go outside.

I've slowly been adding bits here and there, and I still have a few things I'd like to add.

Hand guards (so.many.to.chose.from)
Front bumper (the GYTR for the SE looks cool...but isn't going to help much when I eventually plow into a tree)
Rear grab bar (the GYTR rear grab was not very durable)
off-road lights for night/woods rides.
Still looking into display/speedo options. Trail Tech is the obvious choice but something like the koso rx2n would be super sweet...but these are pretty low priority.
Tempted to go 22's in the rear for trail boggin...

Other than that, it's pretty well buttoned up. Any suggestions for what's left on my list are welcome. happy holidays!
Yeah, the HP could be more, but maybe with better gas, but the torque is awesome. Torque is what does the work.
If you go bigger tires you might need 1 tooth smaller in front or 2-3 teeth bigger in the rear.
Also bigger rear tires might need 22 or 23in tires in the front.

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How the heck did it have that much torque from just a big 3? Mine modded is 49 and the wife's Big 3 is around the same as well.

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How the heck did it have that much torque from just a big 3? Mine modded is 49 and the wife's Big 3 is around the same as well.
I was wondering the same thing

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I assumed it was a typo, 69 is not possible with his engine size and mods.
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How the heck did it have that much torque from just a big 3? Mine modded is 49 and the wife's Big 3 is around the same as well.
Totally possible that it's just something f'd up. I'm not familiar with atv dynos so I just assumed a lot when seeing this...but it was suspect. either way, it seemed kinda reasonable given stock hp is around 47 (per the internet). I have no idea what stock tq is.

My computer is taking a real long time getting the pic i took of the dyno graph to attach, but I will say my graph starts at 3500. I'll upload the pic when it gets thru. or I'll just do this from the phone.

Side note: Man i hope this doesn't turn into me getting f'd over with some rando on a dyno; I mean now, in retrospect, nearly 80tq seems silly

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