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Anyone have a pic of the Hurricane flange? I guess I cant see what they changed.
 

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I never even noticed that flat plate type flange. Thats interesting.
 

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Ordered them today along with the Hurricane Hindle exhaust.
Saw good reports on TY and some actual test results posted there.
I likely will not go beyond a 270 tune so I think they will be fine.

Dave says the Supertips are better for the 280 HP flashes as hard to get enough weight in the Supertuners.
I have the same exhaust and clutch set up as you. Have you had a chance to ride it yet? How do you like it? I've only got 21 miles on mine and still breaking it in.
 

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How is everyone liking they’re hindle so far with stock tune? Any codes popping up or damage?
Thanks


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How is everyone liking they’re hindle so far with stock tune? Any codes popping up or damage?
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I like the set up. Ran it all last season with no codes. With the exhaust and no weight in the Super Tuners I was bumping the limiter and had to add some weight to get max rpm right.
 

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I have that same exhaust...no complaints here....well one little one. That sticker! haha wish I would have taken it off before I ran it because it burned up and now I have a nasty black mark that I cant seem to clean off without scratching it. Minor details that I don't give a shit about anyway. Just giving a heads up to the next guy
 

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I have that same exhaust...no complaints here....well one little one. That sticker! haha wish I would have taken it off before I ran it because it burned up and now I have a nasty black mark that I cant seem to clean off without scratching it. Minor details that I don't give a shit about anyway. Just giving a heads up to the next guy


U have stock tune too?
Only thing I saw to be careful of with stock tune was super cold temps like neg 20 may lean sled out


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I like the set up. Ran it all last season with no codes. With the exhaust and no weight in the Super Tuners I was bumping the limiter and had to add some weight to get max rpm right.

What clutch setup u running?


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I like the set up. Ran it all last season with no codes. With the exhaust and no weight in the Super Tuners I was bumping the limiter and had to add some weight to get max rpm right.


Which clutch setup u end up running? Thx


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U have stock tune too?
Only thing I saw to be careful of with stock tune was super cold temps like neg 20 may lean sled out


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No I have the TD powertrail 165hp tune.. works well. Lovin' the sound of the exhaust too
 
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So whats a good non bank breaking setup?

I've been talking myself out of a $600 270hp tune all summer mainly because I'm happy with Hurricane's exhaust and Super Tuner weights performance. Dave told me with this set up I'm in the neighborhood of 225hp to the track. Now don't anyone jump on me about this, like I said that's just what I was told. Regardless I'm sticking with this set up. No codes even first thing on a bitter morning WFO down Wawa lake and over 4000km's on original belt.


Hurricane Hindle exhaust = $600 or so.
Hurricane's Super Tuner weights = $300
 

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I've been talking myself out of a $600 270hp tune all summer mainly because I'm happy with Hurricane's exhaust and Super Tuner weights performance. Dave told me with this set up I'm in the neighborhood of 225hp to the track. Now don't anyone jump on me about this, like I said that's just what I was told. Regardless I'm sticking with this set up. No codes even first thing on a bitter morning WFO down Wawa lake and over 4000km's on original belt.


Hurricane Hindle exhaust = $600 or so.
Hurricane's Super Tuner weights = $300
You should do a tune. Horsepower makes people happy, and you deserve to be happy.

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hmm..now I am really confused. I was on Turbo dynamics website looking at the Ecotrail 250hp reflash and they talk about 106 HP at the track being 212 crank HP stock. So does that mean the one you are talking about means it will be 400+?
 

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hmm..now I am really confused. I was on Turbo dynamics website looking at the Ecotrail 250hp reflash and they talk about 106 HP at the track being 212 crank HP stock. So does that mean the one you are talking about means it will be 400+?

Like I said I'm just repeating what Hurricane told me. 225 to the TRACK.
 

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You should do a tune. Horsepower makes people happy, and you deserve to be happy.

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It's like you said on the other forum a few minutes ago Tommcat, with added power comes belt issues. I'm a long distance guy and don't want to risk those possible issues.
 

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It's like you said on the other forum a few minutes ago Tommcat, with added power comes belt issues. I'm a long distance guy and don't want to risk those possible issues.
There are some things to correct on the yammie, offset being the major one. With correct alignment, they're much better.
That said, the 240 and below tuned sleds seem to be having great belt life, no worse than stock.
270 and up comes with some decreased belt life, yammie being worse than cat in that regard.


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