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    H20extreme Yamaha Turbo Kit

    hello
    i have a 2009 Yamaha FZR, and i am thinking of getting the H20 turbo for it. the piston and the rod are broken, so i was wondering what kind/size of piston/rod should i get, if am going to install the H20 turbo. also, ive noticed in the online store that there are different choices for the h20 turbo "Your choice of either 5556 or a 5830/5857" and i would like to know the differences between them?

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    Hey bud,

    To answer a little about the different types of turbo:

    The 5557 uses a smaller exducer size on the wheel and the 5857 uses the same size wheel as the 5830 but a larger wheel on the exhaust side. We gave different options initially but will be defaulting to making the kits with the 5830 which has been the best performing and the best all around turbo with minimal lag and capable of almost 600 horsepower!

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    Hey ,

    thank you for Your choice about the turbo,


    so i was wondering what kind/size of piston/rod should i get with the 5830 turbo.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jarrah View Post
    Hey ,

    thank you for Your choice about the turbo,


    so i was wondering what kind/size of piston/rod should i get with the 5830 turbo.?
    Are you saying your ski has a broken engine?

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    See post #1

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHOBiz View Post
    See post #1
    thank you.

    Go stock comp or 9.0's CP or Riva pistons.

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    Is it a must to change the Rods for high boost motor? or to make it more clear what is the limit for the stock Rods.

    Thanks

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    I wouldn't worry about boost hurting your rods.. What will hurt a conrod is RPM.

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    If it is under 9000 is that ok?
    L/C Pistons is enough for 20PSI?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightning Struck View Post
    I wouldn't worry about boost hurting your rods.. What will hurt a conrod is RPM.
    I have to respectfully disagree. There are many factors to what can hurt your Rods like Boost, RPM, timing and low octane(Which will cause knock and this will hurt more then your rods if it gets bad enough) And a couple other things which I'm sure i've missed.

    I am not very familiar with the Yamaha engine but on My seadoo motor I am going to use Carillo rods and CP Pistons. That combo should be able to handle as much boost as you can throw at it, if properly tuned.

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