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There are a couple people out there that make tham. Madmanengineering was making them not sure if they are done yet though.
 

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Hey Dale, What ch'a doin. this here is the hammer from KR :grin_nod: Yea just do a search theres lots of info on it. I'm looking at 11.1 piston, x2 cam combo that should do around 60+ rwhp. :thumbsup: 8)
 

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didnt someone on here have a turbo but it was maxing out the stock injector(s) and he was havign trouble locationa bigger aftermarket one.
 

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Hey whats up Hammer !!! :thumbsup: Hey dont tell anyone over at KR that you seen me here !!! :eek: I dont want them to know I like Raptor700s and I'll probably be getting one next year, just studying up now !!! :grin_nod: I still Love my KFX700, I just plan on havin me a stable of Fast Quads !!! :thumbsup:
 
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didnt someone on here have a turbo but it was maxing out the stock injector(s) and he was havign trouble locationa bigger aftermarket one.
Well our site sponser Geisick carries some aftermarket injectors that should be able to handle the turbo.
 

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I've seen a lot of Turbo DS's over the years. They are fast for sure.

A turbo single cylinder bike isn't something you should rush into. From what I've seen, you need to be a technician that isn't afraid to work on your bike.

One bud of mine has a guy he sometimes rides with and said, "I don't think that bike has ever made it through a weekend".

I'd go big-bore stroker first. The power is more linear and the reliability can be much better.
 
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