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nice sled i wish i had one
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With everything I have on it like 10,000 Can. Its EFI and im Chipping it up, it has 130 hp stock, By spring with the chip and can I'll have just as much as a stock 800
NOO!! you went to the dark side! haha jk. nice lookin ditch pickle.

your going to need a lot more then just a chip to get the same power as a 800. the chip will give you maybe 5hp and to get any real hp from then exhaust, you will need a pipe. a can is only good for weight reduction and sound. and your sled is only making about 120hp stock.

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I dont want Nitrus cuz it'll pop it, But im unsure what else is good for power, not to exspensive
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With everything I have on it like 10,000 Can. Its EFI and im Chipping it up, it has 130 hp stock, By spring with the chip and can I'll have just as much as a stock 800
I don't know where your getting your numbers but:

stock xfire 600=118 horsepower
stock xfire 800=142 horsepower
stock xfire 1000=162 horsepower
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oh Sorry i guess its like 120 not 130
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I don't know where your getting your numbers but:

stock xfire 600=118 horsepower
stock xfire 800=142 horsepower
stock xfire 1000=162 horsepower
i was thinking the same thing. to get 24hp your looking at spending at least 2grand.

i dont know much about efi, but if i were you, i would get a clutch kit first, then a performance head with trail domes to run pump gas, then full exhaust. that right there is about $1000 for 10-15hp plus better clutching.
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Alls I can say is do your homework on clutching....

I already have like 1500 miles on my crossfire, goes every place ive wanted it to go, ive gone every place my buddies go with the 800's and 1000's mountain sleds with 153+ tracks. Theres only one time I wish I had more power and well there was 4-5 feet of fresh powder lol. That was the first part of December in Cooke city....
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^^agreed. i would put more miles on the sled first before deciding on messing with it. but fyi, clutching is one of the cheapest and best ways to get better performance out of the sled.

i drove my xp 800r for a year without touching it. this year i clutched it. and for next year i have my eye on the rk tek 860 big bore kit. 180hp on pump gas
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