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post #16 of 25 Old April 14th, 2019, 07:37 AM Thread Starter
 
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RESEARCH. Add at Tune youíll get 10-12 HP out of an XP!
Not the same motor.
Ahhh perfect! So effectively dual throttle bodies, cam, and exhaust are different. Dual throttle bodies and cam should easily get that 10hp. Exhaust may just be different due to chassis since there isn't as much room back there, but may flow about the same. I really wouldn't have expected them to use a different cam between the two, but the rest makes sense.

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Pretty sure .....Itís a different head....as in different valves as well.
More fuel...throttle bodies more flow need different valves and valve train.
Possibly Injectors.



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A lot of times when companies add more horsepower they rob peter to pay paul if u get what im saying. They may be adding more power on top end for bragging rights and taking it away on bottom end usually. Ive noticed this in a couple of trucks and 4 wheelers ive had. Seems like the older models with less hp had more low end torque.
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post #19 of 25 Old April 16th, 2019, 05:44 PM
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I will say I was looking at doing a tune and a clutch kit. I figured I’d go with the cheaper of the two first so I went with the bike man clutch kit on my 1000 S. I am so happy with the responsiveness that I have no need for any additional horse power on the trail. That’s $600+ saved. Also while you’re in there if you do change your clutch kit make sure you put a new belt on and switch your square pucks out to the round ones.
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I will say I was looking at doing a tune and a clutch kit. I figured Iíd go with the cheaper of the two first so I went with the bike man clutch kit on my 1000 S. I am so happy with the responsiveness that I have no need for any additional horse power on the trail. Thatís $600+ saved. Also while youíre in there if you do change your clutch kit make sure you put a new belt on and switch your square pucks out to the round ones.
Hood to know. I already changed out my pucks when I had about 100 miles on the machine. I'm not looking for more power on the trails, but wouldn't mind a few more ponys when I hit the dunes. The little S does pretty good already, but it never hurts to have a little more.

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Gotcha, sorry must have missed it was dunes, then i would most definitely tune it, my buddy has a 900s with a Bikeman tuned ECU and he gained a solid 10hp.
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Ive got a 17 1kS. Ive added a dalton clutch kit, pwrtune velocity intake tube, stage 1 tune from AA and an evo magnum slip on...it really turns this S into a trail monster

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The S1000 has 100hp, the XP has 110hp. I'm trying to remember what the differences were that made up that 10hp difference, and curious if there are any simple upgrades to gain a little out of the S model. I'm not looking for huge gains, but if I can gain 10-20hp with some tuning and such it would be nice.
We are here to help you get your missing power out of your 1000. The main differences that limit the power on the S vs the XP is smaller valves, smaller lift/duration cams and intake design. The 1000 XP has dual throttle body with a huge intake plenum with the TB's between plenum and head. The 1000s has a smaller volume intake plenum and a single throttle body pre plenum. We can tune and get great gains I will attach dyno sheets of each set up.

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We are here to help you get your missing power out of your 1000. The main differences that limit the power on the S vs the XP is smaller valves, smaller lift/duration cams and intake design. The 1000 XP has dual throttle body with a huge intake plenum with the TB's between plenum and head. The 1000s has a smaller volume intake plenum and a single throttle body pre plenum. We can tune and get great gains I will attach dyno sheets of each set up.

Call us up and we can help you get the most out of your machine 715-483-3003
Thank you Joey, this is great info!
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Check out PowerTune, they have some great Stage Packages, Bikeman also very good. Some people on the Forum have done the XP updates on their S's.
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