Soon to be released Areocharger Turbo Kit for YXZ. "First to boost, first to win" - Yamaha YXZ 1000R Forum
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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 10-09-2015, 12:05 PM Thread Starter
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Soon to be released Areocharger Turbo Kit for YXZ. "First to boost, first to win"

Aerocharger is pleased to announce we are currently working on research and development for the Yamaha YXZ 1000R. Yamaha has raised the bar with this new platform and it will allow Aerocharger to showcase many of our industry leading technologies. With our low inertia rotating assembly and Variable Area Turbine Nozzle we produce the broadest torque curves and unmatched throttle response.

Some of the standard features

Each Turbo is built in house
Stainless Steel Turbine Housing
Ceramic Ball Bearings
Billet Blow Off Value
Tig welded stainless steel exhaust
Innovative 02 Gauge
Proprietary Boost Gauge
Pre Tuned Fuel Solutions
Non inter-cooled
Air/Air inter-cooled
Air/Water Inter-cooled
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Looking forward to seeing everything. Will you post a bit documenting the development process as well?

What kind of improvements as far as numbers go are you expecting?
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How much boost are we looking at?
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Can anyone explain "pre-tuned fuel solutions"?
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A fuel programmer that is pre tuned.
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A fuel programmer that is pre tuned.
I think that this is a bit over my head at the moment. I'll have to check it out in more detail.
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I think that this is a bit over my head at the moment. I'll have to check it out in more detail.
I think that's the whole idea. If you're not that knowledgeable you will like this feature. you dont have to do any tuning once you install the turbo. they do all that at the factory. you just plug it in and go.. no adjusting



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my biggest concern is reliability.. fast is fun.. but broke sucks! anyone with some turbo yamaha experience have any input for me on this one? A couple guys in my group put the push turbo on their Nytros .. that didnt go well at all. fast while they lasted though. it should be noted that those two guys beat the **** out of everything they own.. so that could be the whole problem right there.



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my biggest concern is reliability.. fast is fun.. but broke sucks! anyone with some turbo yamaha experience have any input for me on this one? A couple guys in my group put the push turbo on their Nytros .. that didnt go well at all. fast while they lasted though. it should be noted that those two guys beat the **** out of everything they own.. so that could be the whole problem right there.
My understanding is this powerplant has been in use for 10+ years in the bikes with lots of mods I'm sure.
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my biggest concern is reliability.. fast is fun.. but broke sucks! anyone with some turbo yamaha experience have any input for me on this one? A couple guys in my group put the push turbo on their Nytros .. that didnt go well at all. fast while they lasted though. it should be noted that those two guys beat the **** out of everything they own.. so that could be the whole problem right there.
I like the MPI kit because they've been working with the turbo/triple combo for like 10 years... were they factory installed turbos or bolt ons?
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