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 VDI for Rhino 700 is on the horizon

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PostSubject: VDI for Rhino 700 is on the horizon   Mon Jul 21, 2008 12:30 pm

Well guys.........I talked to Lyle from Velocity Devices Inc (VDI). He said the unit for the 700 Rhino is in the final stages. They did field trials last weekend, and he said the gains are magnificent, even better than on the King Quad. I know he knows his stuff and stands behind his product 100%. A sales date was not officialy given, but I got the feeling it will be before summer riding is over.


Lyle wrote:

Sounds good.

Let me know when you're back in the country. You'll be VERY pleased with our Rhino ECU, and it should be really easy to install. When I first bought our test unit, we stuck on 14" ITP SS rims, and the 26" terracross tires (no clutch kit yet). First trip out, loved the machine, found High was a useless gear (it was really guttless with those tires), low was decent, but figured she could use more grunt.

Now, the old low is the new high, and low is even stronger, so it's a blast to ride.

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PostSubject: Re: VDI for Rhino 700 is on the horizon   Mon Jul 21, 2008 12:31 pm

And Lyle wrote:

Hi Chris,

My exact feeling with the unit. They talk up how these things work so great in the dunes and the like, and my feeling was it's 2x the weight of the Grizzly with the same HP. It needed a turbo or a 1000cc or something. Our ECU really wakes it up. If you bump up the idle speed a bit, you can wack the throttle (even in high) on pavement, and it'll toss you into the seat.

I'll give you a headsup when they are in production. We are just waiting for the PCB's to come in.

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PostSubject: Re: VDI for Rhino 700 is on the horizon   Mon Jul 21, 2008 12:33 pm

This is great news for Rhino 700 owners who want a power-up. His units are completely waterproof, easy to install, plug and play, and he stands behind his products 100% I have his unit on my King Quad and the gains were incredible. He says the gains for the Rhino are even better than the gains out of the King Quad!! I can't wait to get home and check it out.
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