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Postby Fox click » August 3rd, 2001, 6:40 pm

What is the dyno H.P. for the mxzx 700, viper 700,polaris 700 v.e.s.
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Postby Xtreme XC » August 4th, 2001, 1:35 am

MXZ7 is around 122hp (Amsnow shootout dyno)
XC700 was dynoed by Amsnow at 127.4hp
Viper I've seen several 124hp readings.

Now I know someone's gonna say "the Vipers ram air gives it 3 more top end HP....nope, it is not rammed into the airbox. Also even though the XC7 and Viper are close in power the XC7 produces about 8-10 more ft/lbs of torque.
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Postby 700ZXM » August 4th, 2001, 11:23 am

Weren't those MXZ #s from the 01? I heard Doo added 3-4 more hp on the 02 sleds with pipe mods etc.
Fact or fiction?
I have been wrong before(just once though).
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Postby Xtreme XC » August 4th, 2001, 11:36 am

Yes those were '01 numbers and yes Doo did do some pipe changes. Haven't seen any #'s yet though. I stand corrected, this is the first time I've been wrong (hehe)
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Postby 700ZXM » August 4th, 2001, 2:36 pm

Xtreme, we'll let it slide this time, But don't let it happen again!
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Postby Xtreme XC » August 6th, 2001, 1:50 am

Thanks 700!! Won't let it happen again :)
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Postby pearson » August 6th, 2001, 9:29 am

I still think the Viper will be putting out closer to 130hp than 125, It's basically a SRX motor with a single pipe. SRX puts out 145hp and take the 3 pipes off and you'll have 15 or so less HP. I'd say 127... We'll see when dyno numbers are out...
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Postby 700ZXM » August 6th, 2001, 11:57 am

What did the F 111 700 have for stock hp #s?
Anyone know?
I had a 98 Grand Touring 700 triple(single pipe) and it stayed with the bros F 111 600 until around 80.

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Postby Rotax! » August 8th, 2001, 1:54 am

Well, I know the 01 mxz700 got a pipe change last year, but I'm not sure that their is going to be much changed for 02, I know the 800 is supposed to get changed, possibly a pipe and compression chnages. Also, the 122 HP numbers from AMCRAP are not that accurate because they neglect to tell you that they dynoed the sled with the break in chip in it, where the timing is retarded a couple of degrees. So the true HP is probably more like 124-125HP.
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Postby toydoc » August 8th, 2001, 2:48 am

How does a break in chip work??
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