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  • Birthday 12/28/1985
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    Joyner trooper supercharged on Haltech

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  1. Well it's been supercharged for about 2 years now. If I remember right I hit 100hp on e85 around 4 psi at the dyno, went to a smaller pulley / cleaned up the tune and made over 150 at 6 psi that day. I've went even smaller since then and I'm hitting a little over 9 psi now.. Haven't been back to the dyno so current HP is unknown. I've broken axles and lots of u- joints but not the trans yet.. Most likely because my trans goes to diffs and not straight to the wheels.That and I don't launch it, knowing what I'm demanding from a "kei car" drive train. But now my regard for it's well being is gone with the k20 and 6 speed trans is waitin... LOL.
  2. Nice! I'm going the same route myself with my trooper. I've supercharged the chery on a Haltech Elite 1500 ECU, custom intake w/ 42mm throttle body,93/E85 flex fuel... I'm in the process of finding its limit.. My K20 swap is on a pallet waitin for the pop! LOL.
  3. My ECU and coils are from haltech.
  4. I had weak moments I'd say.. where I considered if I should have gone a different route.. And thought of acting on it a few times too.. But instead of trading I changed the Trooper to better it in the areas where it was lacking! And what my Trooper has become today is something hard to beat.. It turns heads and is a animal on trails and hill climbs! Upgrades: · Custom Electric power steering w/ 2:1 steering quicker · Hand crafted aluminum intake w/22mm larger throttle body · Port & polished · Hand built Intercooled supercharger kit · Haltech elite 1500 ECU w/ wideband controller & custom tune · Haltech smart coils & Audi 1.8T injectors · Lowered diffs w/ skid plates · Fox air shocks all around · 30" Sun-f power tires on Sedona beadlocks · LED headlights, lightbar, clearance lights and rock lights.
  5. If it anyone with this problem ends up needing a coil or ECU I have both. I have switched my trooper to LS1 coils on a haltech elite 1500 ecu.. And no longer need them...$$
  6. Sorry guys been lookin all over and can't fine the 📦's.... But From what I can remember they were from Moose meant for a early to mid-2000s Can-Am Commander / Defender. Fit Perfect in the arm but you had to make the knuckles hole about 1 mm larger. I'll keep lookin for the box..
  7. I have HD moose ones in mine I'll get ya the part number asap.. Box is somewhere in the garage..lol
  8. Take a look at the honda pioneer 5 1000! I'm a motorsports tech and I've seen the Yamaha have cam lubrication issues.. If you look at a used Honda make sure it's had the transmission campaign done if it's older than a 2018.
  9. I would go for a Honda Pioneer 5 1000. Make sure it's had the transmission campaign/recall done if its older than a 2018. I'm a Honda /Motorsport Tech and that trans upgrade is important but, Other than that the Pioneer is a great unit! Theres also the Kawasaki Mule pro-fxt with the 3-cylinder chery engine, it also has a folding rear seat that enlarges the bed area and also is a good unit. I personally prefer the honda especially if you like to trail ride when not using it as a work unit. I would say the honda is a more trail capable unit and is much faster..
  10. Hope ya get'er rockin!! http://mpsracing.net/joyner-trooper-drivetrain-parts/982-joyner-trooper-1100-new-style-rear-drive-shaft-tr110003030200a-.html
  11. Buy the 1000-5.. You won't be disappointed!! I got a buddy with a 2017 and its been a beast of a machine!! Powerful and fast for the rated power stock!! Keeps up with my other buddy's tuned and piped RzR1000 in speed and off-road capabilities no problem! He's got 3000 hard miles on and it still feels brand new! Some videos with it on my youtube..
  12. I don't know where you can get a direct fit kit.. But I built the power steering for my Joyner Trooper out of a Chevy 02-07 Vue / 05-06 Equinox electric power steering rack and a controller kit both available on eBay.. The kit gives you a knob on the dash allowing you to control the strength of the power steering assist. Seeing that yours is a electric vehicle, You just have to make sure that you have a good solid 12v source to power everything.
  13. I don't know where you can get a direct fit kit.. But I built the power steering for my Joyner Trooper out of a Chevy 02-07 Vue / 05-06 Equinox electric power steering rack and a controller kit both available on eBay.. The kit gives you a knob on the dash allowing you to control the strength of the power steering assist. Which worked out awesome for me. Because I also put at 2:1 steering quickener! So at speed with the combination of the quickener and power steering my buggy becomes real Twitchy.. LOL! But, I just turn the knob down and it's good!
  14. Thanks! But that's a bit too pricey for me.. I've done everything D.I.Y and I only have a little bit more than that, in my custom supercharger kit...lol


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