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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 12-02-2010, 11:02 AM Thread Starter
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Speed limiter for Rhino 700

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What is the easiest way to get adjustable speed limiter for Rhino 700

Sounds funny, but I have to limit Rhino speed to 24mph ( Tractor speed limit in europe )
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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old 12-02-2010, 11:33 AM
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Welcome to the forums!. A small block of wood under the loud pedal. lol. don't know if a aftermarket cdi box limits speed control on the bottom end, maybe someone or a vendor on here will chime in about it.

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The MSD has a rev limiter option. You can set it to limit at whatever RPM you want to get the speed you need.
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post #4 of 27 (permalink) Old 12-02-2010, 01:46 PM Thread Starter
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The MSD has a rev limiter option. You can set it to limit at whatever RPM you want to get the speed you need.
Thanks for quick reply!!!

OK! So MSD sound just great, but which modell is best for almost stock engine, and is there options for several maps in MSD, for example when I drive off road can I switch to "Fast" map and when I go back to Road can I switch back to "Slow" map??

If so...MSD is the key!!!
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Yes the Msd is the way to go , there is a setting that will not let the rhino go over 25 mph, I cannot remember what setting number it is !

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The MSD has a rev limiter option. You can set it to limit at whatever RPM you want to get the speed you need.
Thanks for quick reply!!!

OK! So MSD sound just great, but which modell is best for almost stock engine, and is there options for several maps in MSD, for example when I drive off road can I switch to "Fast" map and when I go back to Road can I switch back to "Slow" map??

If so...MSD is the key!!!
Just tell them that you have a 700 and they will give you what you need. It has several switch positions. You can set one up with a very low RMP for slow speeds then open your hood click the switch on the MSD and your back to running normal.

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If you buy a MSD off a shelf it will have preset settings from MSD that you can use to go as fast as your rhino will go and some for going slow. Some of the settings you won't use. If you buy an MSD from a vendor here, most likely they can set it up for mods you may get later on or at the same time you buy the MSD. Just in case you want to haul balls later.
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If you buy a MSD off a shelf it will have preset settings from MSD that you can use to go as fast as your rhino will go and some for going slow. Some of the settings you won't use. If you buy an MSD from a vendor here, most likely they can set it up for mods you may get later on or at the same time you buy the MSD. Just in case you want to haul balls later.
Thanks MR Bad!!!

So if you know +100% positive vendor contact, It would be great deal...suggestions??

From Ebay the offer something like this ( Is this right MSD for me ?? )

MSD FI Controller CDI/ECU Ignition Yamaha Rhino 700 - eBay (item 380293158005 end time Dec-26-10 09:00:25 PST)

Red Rhino 700 -08
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That is a pretty good deal.

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If you buy a MSD off a shelf it will have preset settings from MSD that you can use to go as fast as your rhino will go and some for going slow. Some of the settings you won't use. If you buy an MSD from a vendor here, most likely they can set it up for mods you may get later on or at the same time you buy the MSD. Just in case you want to haul balls later.
Thanks MR Bad!!!

So if you know +100% positive vendor contact, It would be great deal...suggestions??

From Ebay the offer something like this ( Is this right MSD for me ?? )

MSD FI Controller CDI/ECU Ignition Yamaha Rhino 700 - eBay (item 380293158005 end time Dec-26-10 09:00:25 PST)
That is the right one. Click the FORUM button and scroll down to vendors where it says Sponsor vendors. There are more than a few vendors here that sell them on their sites. It's helpful to buy one from them so they can help you with the mapping if you need.
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I have this one I can give you a deal on. It does the same thing, just works different. With this one, you can call VDI and tell them what you have on your rhino and they send you a map and help you use it. This one give you two rhino settings to switch from. One you could have the speed limiter on and one to go fast. The MSD is a little bit easier to use but both will give the same end result for your stock rhino.

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I have been looking through the threads and was wondering if somebody could advise me on the best way to get my stock 2012 Rhino 700 LE to get over the 40 MPH cutout. It's quite annoying as I had a stock 2010 Grizzly 550 that I could get to 52 MPH with no problem. I have read about changing the CDI and or changing the sheave. Any suggestions?
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If you buy a MSD off a shelf it will have preset settings from MSD that you can use to go as fast as your rhino will go and some for going slow. Some of the settings you won't use. If you buy an MSD from a vendor here, most likely they can set it up for mods you may get later on or at the same time you buy the MSD. Just in case you want to haul balls later.
Thanks MR Bad!!!

So if you know +100% positive vendor contact, It would be great deal...suggestions??

From Ebay the offer something like this ( Is this right MSD for me ?? )

MSD FI Controller CDI/ECU Ignition Yamaha Rhino 700 - eBay (item 380293158005 end time Dec-26-10 09:00:25 PST)
That is a good price but for $339 shipped to any lower 48 state I can sell you one, it will be preprogrammed and have other maps in it you can select from and be able to support what you bought to help you with the 25 mph setting


Link to MSD on our site click here and feel free to call me tomorrow


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I have been looking through the threads and was wondering if somebody could advise me on the best way to get my stock 2012 Rhino 700 LE to get over the 40 MPH cutout. It's quite annoying as I had a stock 2010 Grizzly 550 that I could get to 52 MPH with no problem. I have read about changing the CDI and or changing the sheave. Any suggestions?
YOu can do either but the best bang for the buck is the sheave from us, gets you to 50mph plus lower lows, better acceleration and better midrange all at a lower price than the Power Commander you 12 would require, you can do both but you would be adding only about 3-4 more mph to it.

Link to sheave on our site click here


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