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Hello all.  A note to introduce myself,  I'm at 40 something-year-old guy living in (Prince George )  British Columbia Canada,   As far as I can remember I have been a motorsports enthusiast.  I bought the first model year of the Rhino when it was released ( is gone now, which I regret selling ) have a Ranger 700XP decked for hunting with lift and 30" Swamp Litres, full heated cab, enough lumens to start a forest fire, and many other mods.  I have a 2016 RZR XP 1000 and just picked up from a friend a 2009 Joyner 1100 Trooper.   This Trooper is a unique rig.  it only has 120m mile son it but has sat in the weather so long it looks kinda crappy.  In fact, the tires are still "sharp" with the little "tits" still on in many places but are no good and won't hold air bc they are sun checked so bad.   At any rate, this is going to be my project rig for this winter.  

I joined last Saturday bc I was curious to see what you guys were doing with your Joyners, as I want to put on a Turbo this winter.  As such, I scoured this forum to see if there was a "go-to-kit"  for the Joyner.  I couldn't  really seem to find a consensus.  

 

Can you guys recommend a turbo kit for me?!  It doesn't have to be intercooled , (it is bloody cold up here LOL) as we don't run in 100-degree temperatures,.  Maybe 75 or 80 during the summer. and in the 30's and 40's in spring and fall. 

I don't want to run race or AV gas, just good quality premium, so I'm guessing that means I'm going to be looking for a kit in the 5 to 6 lbs. of boost range.   All thought and comments would be great;y appreciated. I'd like to be able to d0o it myself( I'm probably slightly better than average on the tools, but by no means, an expert -with fabricating being my main weakness)),  I own a Powersports store in Kamloops,  BC called  Outlawmotorsports.ca  (Polaris /Yamaha dealership)  so I  have great techs if I need them but there is something to be said about doing the project yourself.  \

Thanks guys, looking forward to being part of this forum.  

 

 

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