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another yamaha triple. yay.



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A buddy of mine rides one and loves it. He bought it new and stock, said he had it up to 115mph on a hard packed lake (according to the speedometer). Then the next year he put a clutch kit 144 studs, 10in carbides and a silencer on it. Those mods took a little away from the top end, but gave him a great hole shot and mid range. Great sled!
 

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Take 1 layer out of head gasket,reed spacers,and get the clutching dialed in and these sleds rock.If you have any questions just ask .
I take it some on here either don't like triples or don't like yamahahahaha.later rpm
 

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rpmsrx, that same thing applies to the MM sleds too right? Basically the same motor. do the chassis' differ much?

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ROTFLMAOPIMP!!! He's not just a member, he's the president!!


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sure he can. I had a Ski Doo once and they are my least favorite company. Personal experience is the best way to breed hatred :)
 

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LOL

Ok, I shouldn't have written yamahaha, and I fixed it.

I haven't bashed anything. I said it was another Yamaha triple. I am not a fan of triples. Just so you know my first sled ever was a yamaha. I have no problem with them.



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<BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id=quote>quote:<hr height=1 noshade id=quote>Originally posted by rpmsrx:

Take 1 layer out of head gasket,reed spacers,and get the clutching dialed in and these sleds rock.If you have any questions just ask .
I take it some on here either don't like triples or don't like yamahahahaha.later rpm

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No problem with yamaha, not a big fan of triples though.

I can be a sarcastic person sometimes. I'm only human




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This topic kinda went off track...



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yeah well it is my thread I will go off track if I want to :p just kidding really though how are SXR 700s? Any heat issues with triple pipes?
 

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<BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id=quote>quote:<hr height=1 noshade id=quote>Originally posted by Tfin70:

Tushea. (I'm not even going to try on the spelling) lol!

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I do believe that you are thinking touché


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The triple pipes should actually make it work better. Usually the hotter the exhaust pipe, the better the performance.



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ok I was just wondering cause I thought I had heard of triple pipes causing heat problems on the Viper and XLT
 

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Could be, I know when I got my sled, the pipe was not insulated, and I was advised to insulate it, so I did and my performance went up. But maybe the triple pipes on sleds like ZRT, SXR, XLT, STORM or whatever causes problems. I haven't heard of anything though.



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