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Old 12-10-2007, 07:08 PM   #21
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ok i see your point about the turbo but what do you mean you wont build power with a build?????? if you internaly BUILD the motor you will make more power dude. it's simple math
What i was saying is that you will not make more power from a motor build alone than a bolt on turbo....

you said that a motor build will make more power....
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Old 12-10-2007, 07:11 PM   #22
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like i said there is a reason why very few people have expeirence with these setups. why not take the 3000 and build your motor you could make alot of power that way.


correction i said it will make ALOT of power maybe not as much as a turbo. besides building the motor would alow him to actually use all the power he was getting not just pointing at the sky all day.
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Old 12-10-2007, 07:13 PM   #23
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nah.. i think thats too much but sure does sound good!
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Old 12-10-2007, 07:42 PM   #26
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it would be fun if you had another bike to actually ride on and just have the turbo bike to show off with. the sounds of the bov would be sick coming from a bike.
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well ive run it by the wife and its ok only if i pay off my credit card bill first then i can splurge. only thing is i gotta find a place to assemble everything. What kind of experience do you need to have to assemble and install everthing?
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Old 12-10-2007, 07:54 PM   #28
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well ive run it by the wife and its ok only if i pay off my credit card bill first then i can splurge. only thing is i gotta find a place to assemble everything. What kind of experience do you need to have to assemble and install everthing?


depends on how mechanicly inclined you are. is this a 100% plug and play setup or do you have to tap your oil pan, splice wires etc. also im sure you are aware that you will NEED a tune.
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well i doubt its just plug and play. Doesnt say tho
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Go to mrturbo.com and check it out. Located here in Houston and owned my multi time drag race champion Terry Kizer. Mr Turbo bikes have had several records and been in all the magazines too.
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Go to mrturbo.com and check it out. Located here in Houston and owned my multi time drag race champion Terry Kizer. Mr Turbo bikes have had several records and been in all the magazines too.
there ya go!
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dam that is hilarious!!!
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Old 12-10-2007, 11:02 PM   #35
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here's a link to the high-res. pics of the accident above.

I really wouldn't blame Mr. Turbo for that one, but while Mr. Turbo is one of the most reknowned turbo centers in the country I have read a lot of accounts of failure with the Ray jay turbos that they use. But eh, who knows, they sure are popular - and local.

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I really do think, though, that if you're asking how hard the install would be, and what all is involved, then it's probably not a job that you want to be tackling yourself.
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He actually came out in the paper and admited he revved up last minute in anticipation and felt it coming... Its the adrenaline... I mean, w no wheelie bar its already dangerous to launch at 7 plus on a stock bike....
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ehh i would rather it be turbo. i would prolly just take it to the shop too to get it done professionally
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do your research, the reason why people stay away from turbo 600's is because the typical turbo setup is a t3/t4 which is made for minium 1500cc honda motor. less cc = less power which means longer spool time.

unless you know of a smaller turbo than the t3/t4 that isnt custom or outragously expensive? lmk i would be interested in one.

just about every setup i've seen uses the t3/t4, i could be wrong but hey!
plenty of research , and plenty of turbos everywhere, T3's are just a common size, but not the only size, and who said turbos were supposed to be cheap or affordable? pay to play.
I'm running a Warner-Ishi RHB-52 turbo on mine
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ok i see your point about the turbo but what do you mean you wont build power with a build?????? if you internaly BUILD the motor you will make more power dude. it's simple math
the thread starter is asking for opinions based on fact about turbo powered bikes, you seem to have zero facts or real world experience with this subject. Why not let the folks with turbo's on their bikes explain and answer the questions he has.
There are a number of people on this forum with boosted bikes, I see no snail on yours.
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it would be fun if you had another bike to actually ride on and just have the turbo bike to show off with. the sounds of the bov would be sick coming from a bike.
I ride mine daily, turbos ARE reliable and the power comes on smooth but like a freight train on crack at the same time.
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