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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-22-2009, 10:50 AM Thread Starter
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MCX 700 Rhino turbo

Well guys the time has come around again, this time I will install the kit by itself without any engine mod done to it.

This kit does have a bigger intercooler without the need of fan, also new mounting place. the intake will be route between the seat different from the previous install.
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-29-2009, 08:55 AM Thread Starter
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Here are some pic of the install! so far discovered a bad crank, luckly I had one from the previous turbo install.






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Car is done, start up right away, here are some pic notice the new mounting point of the intercooler, also mode the intake for mud and water


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Cant wait to hear the final results,,,a little bench racing maybe

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Took the car yesterday for test drive, what a difference in the woods!

The only part that will be modify again is the Intake. MCX had it set up with the OEM intake. We change it in between the seat due to river croosing, but it gets too noise. We will be re routing to a different location and a few minor adjustment.
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Here is an update pictures!



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Laughing Dood , this gives me a chubby!

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Here is an update pictures!



Dood , this gives me a chubby! I'm staring my custom plenium this weekend and gonna mount my air/air hx in same spot as you did bro! Sweet! I see you didn't follow the 700 MCX instructions word per word! Lol... Nice freaking job!
  1. Is that 2" pipe used in those images to the air/air hx? It looks like maybe u used a little larger for intake.
  2. So you dont need to run a fan thru air /air hx?
Com'on bro u can share some info since I don't have the 4.7K$ for MCX 660 kit. I'm really trying to support me and field test for us gazillion carb'd 660s out there with a turbo option that works by taking the easy to come TS kits and convert them to blow as our friends at MCX do on the RZR kits -- the right way. The 700 and 660 MCX kits are designed for convience of Yamaha layout and not near as productive as the RZR version. I do feel your layout is just perfect IMO!

I do want to convert FI and I plan on an "660 FI PoorboyeeTurbo Project" maybe this winter. I do want the full control FI gives with turbo ultimately after I field test document this kit 100%.

Thank You in Advance,

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post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-02-2009, 04:52 AM Thread Starter
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Sorry that I didn't see this one before!

Just to give you some idea I end up following MCX desing on the intake. Was to noice inside the cab, found out that barrely any dust water or mud comes thru the OEM set up. You don't need a fan with the intercooler as it comes straight from MCX.

This is their new desing.

So far the car runs great and love the fact that I don't bog down when trailing, the power is there when you need it!. The car has no mod other than the MCX kit. I only use the MSD ECU instead the Dynatech. I'm running the car at 11 psi at the moment per MCX recommendation

I do understand not having the coing to buy MCX kit. But if you can just save it a bit at a time you will not regret going MCX.

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