Personally I am against a turbo because of the cost. I would love to have a low boost turbo setup though.Bikeman makes good products. Make sure before you dump that much money into mods that they are actually going to give you results. You need to understand that the only power gains that are worth anything at all are the ones that increase hp from 5000-6500rpms. Any thing that doesnt help in that range is a total waste of time.
I'm curious why you are against a turbo? I was once in your same shoes trying to figure out how to get a little more power. I finally went the turbo route and am glad I did. My ride is very reliable and I got a good power bump. Nothing has been sacrificed. My rzr is quieter than stock and at first glance you wouldnt ever know I have a turbo on it.
Gasgas300 you have the same thoughts as me. Dont want the cost and unreliabilaty of turbo or the noise of the after market exhaust.I've asked the same questions wout wanting to upgrade to a Turbo. If I decide turbo is the only way to get more power I might as well get a 900 and keep the stock reliablity right!?
So far I have heard clutch kits are a must and some bolt ons like exhaust, fuel programmers are easy and add a little.. For me I prefer the stock quite exhaust to access certain riding areas.
I'd like to know more about what I can do to open up my 800 and get the most HP for my dollars too!!