2022 Mach Z
I haven’t been able to get back up north to get back on my Mach, but mine definitely felt stronger than my 2021 with a 180 Whalen tune and I’m almost positive it was pulling 7800-7900. It’s been a month and it was only 1 day of ride time. I’ll finally be able to get up for some testing next weekend. I will mention that I did swap to Murray turbo clamps at the turbo and intercooler locations. Really curious to se how mine acts because I was very impressed the 1 day I had it out. Maybe I got a good one🤞🏻Yes, and my 2021 900t with 180 hp Whalen tune ran great consistently at 8000 rpm with the even smaller Intercooler. My 900t would kill this r topend.
You couldn’t have said it better! Epic fail if these sleds aren’t delivering the advertised boost!That's the million dollar question " the required boost " is it 15, 16.5, 17.Unless something changes drastically after some undetermined amount of mileage doo's claim of 17+ psi was an epic fail.
If you ordered the Mach because you wanted the ultimate trail sled, then you will get exactly what you’re expecting!Should we dust off the turbo 1200s or what? I don’t get it. I ordered the Mach for what I think is going to be the ultimate trail sled. If I want to go fast in a straight line I will bring the correct sled for the job.
I even bought 2 sidewinders last year just to see if they actually were great. Could not sell them fast enough.
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You repeatedly add no value to this forum. I think everyone would be pleased if you took a break from repeatedly posting about how disappointed you are in a sled that you haven’t even taken delivery of. Everyone here gets that a tuned winder is in a different ball park and I don’t think anyone cares to be honest.Or the SRX isn’t at full throttle .
The 900 ace is a great over achiever and has great take off speed but it seems to dies on the top end.
I would like to see all of the Mach’s running good and giving Yamaha and Cat a run for the money but
I personally don’t think it never going to happen.
The Yamaha motor has long legs and proven H/p with a lot of tuneable options.
It’s like bringing a knife to a gun fight.
That’s a pretty poor cheap shot at someone out here trying to come up with solutions for everyone that is having rpm issues with their Mach or 900r. Dan doesn’t have to share his testing with anyone, but does it because he’s a great dude. If you don’t like it then don’t pay attention to it.We've learned that the OP , RockerDan, makes assumptions about running parameters with no data to back them up (Boost issues), and also has very little understanding (self admitted) of how an ECU/PCM function, and even less understanding of of the components that make them up.
Some are slow and some are not. Rockerdan thinks its clutching but only does a portion of an A-B test, so the results are worthless anyways.
Flame away dootalk faithful -
It absolutely does. Running the grade north of Gaylord this weekend and a few other long straight sections you can tell plain as day that the intercooler is heat soaked and the ecu is pulling rpm/power. Even without being heat soaked rpms are still an issue.IMO the intercooler gets heat soaked and you loose some rpms
Let us know how you like the 880s with your setup. I will be installing a set this week and have a helix and spring coming from Chris. Hoping to get the sled right before my week trip in the Keweenaw!I'll be trying those 880 ramps when I get home they should be there by time I get back home
Don’t think anyone has come out and said they have made an adjustment. If I remember correctly Hurricane is running 22 psi with the stand alone ecu without making any wastegate adjustment. I would say that points the finger at the ecu.Has anyone adjusted the crack pressure on there Mach? Does the ecu knock the boost back to the 15 ish lbs everyone is seeing?
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I know someone will get to the bottom of it eventually, but it’s pretty crazy how vastly different all these sleds are running. There’s gotta be a quality control issue causing this. If only we could data log these things!Our Mach is running 7900-8000 out of the box, can’t see much need to fiddle with it. Maybe a hair soft in the mid range response but it runs pretty hard. Impressive actually wasn’t expecting it to be as good as it is. Smart shox sure corner flat wow!
Figure it will likely like a torsional secondary a little better and it should be good to go.
7900-8000 is what everyone seems to shoot for with the 900’s. I think ever. If you are running 8000 the 880 ramps pull much harder and I think there is still going to be some overshift.I read that, but would you still have made the changes?. Was RPM all you were looking for?.
Sounds like you may be in to something with the early vs late builds. Doo would have to know there is an issue with early builds if that is the case. It would be great if someone could get a late build(running 8000+ rpm) and get a boost number.We have another mach in our fleet so 3 of them. 2 of them were identical at 7400-7600 at best out of the box, both early builds, just added another mach, late build and it pegs to 8000-8100 every time and feels much stronger than the other 2. Im now convinced this is not clutching, its in the ecu but we are going to try a tial wastegate on one of the slow ones to see if it makes a difference.