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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-14-2007, 08:34 PM Thread Starter
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Ok just wondering if anyone has specs on a 1993 exciter SX like top speed/horsepower or a like to an old page for yamaha specs.I have one with a 1 inch track K&N filter bored out 50 thousand and a bender racing pipe.Comet clutch also
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90+hp and 95mph stock

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90+hp and 95mph stock

by far the best Pogo sled out there[/b]
I disagree The Vmax was the last great Pogo. It had case reed induction. More cc's and wider stance. You could put twin pipes and it helped on the exciter it was a waste. I beat many hoped up Exciters on my 600 Twin piped Vmax pogo back in the day.

Like the sign says "Speed is a question of money how fast do you want to go"
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Im sorry to the V MAX 4 owners your sled was the king sh#$ back then. Sucked on the trails but on the straight line that thing rocked. I remember My buddy had one on the straights that thing would fly past me in a long run but I could always catch him in the twisties.

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Bought one new in '92. Trail rode it for two seasons then made a (then) D-stock grass and ice racer. That sled in the right hands can do over 95 mph. Put an air box back onit. K&N suck on that motor.

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Bought one new in '92. Trail rode it for two seasons then made a (then) D-stock grass and ice racer. That sled in the right hands can do over 95 mph. Put an air box back onit. K&N suck on that motor.[/b]
Why put an air box on it explain more just don't say it sucks tell me why!!!
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I disagree The Vmax was the last great Pogo. It had case reed induction. More cc's and wider stance. You could put twin pipes and it helped on the exciter it was a waste. I beat many hoped up Exciters on my 600 Twin piped Vmax pogo back in the day. [/b]
I respectfully disagree

Friends had the 93 Exciter SX and 94/95 Vmax 600s and a psi twin piped 500

trail riding and pure fun the SX was 10 ten times the sled

The 94-96 Vmax were a disgrace to Yamaha IMO

Sure they look great but handled like shiat compared to the 93 SX 570

The 93 SX 570 is a classic it was lighter then the Vmaxs and had 93hp vs the 94-95hp the 600s had

Do not compare a 93 SX vs the 87-92 Exciters

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whats the difference between the 93 sx and the older exciters??
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We bought last year a 93 SX in great shape . The sx is no speed demon nor does it handle well . The SX 570 and VMAX shared alot of the same stuff . The design and the motor were about the only diff. Both had bad manuel brakes, gas tank , T.S.S . I never lost against a exciter on my vmax and I raced them plenty in thoses days.

Now as for being TEN TIMES BETER


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post #10 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-25-2007, 02:53 PM
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As for weight I could still get it off the ground.
We gave the Sx to a friend I aint driving a pink sled
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