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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-23-2007, 03:22 PM Thread Starter
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Dyno Results on my ZZR

I didn't really do a stock run so I can't really tell how much it really improved but heres what I did..

Yosh slip on + ignition advancer - 95.52

Yosh slip on + ignition advancer + jet kit + air filter - 99.63


He said his dyno is on the conservative side and should produce real #'s unlike some of the shops that tell you what you want to hear.

He even gave me a sheet with a 05 zx6r, 06 zx6rr, and my bike plotted against each other.. Mine was above all of them until 11k rpm then the cam profiles + the fuel injection on the newer bikes take over compared to mine.

The zx6r with a pipe n power commander put down 107 on his dyno...

Here are the sheets..

Blue = Start - Yosh Pipe, Ignition advancer
Green = Final - Yosh Pipe, Ignition advancer, K&N Filter, and Jet kit.





This sheet shows

My bike - Green
05 636 - Blue
06 zx6rr - Red







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respectable #'s, imo.

yo dubbs,
where in LI are you located?

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East Quogue... Out in the hamptons.

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post #4 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-23-2007, 08:13 PM
 
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Thats a little more than what I was expecting for an 02 zx6r.


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post #6 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-30-2007, 10:47 PM
 
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little more than you expected? Mines sitting at a steady 103hp... its not like you cant make power out of them... But congrats!! makes a heck of a difference IMO. Keep up the good work.
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Nice. I never put mine on a dyno and would love to one day. Does anyone know where I can buy a big bore kit or some aftermarket cams for it at a reasonable price? I think mine might need rebuilt soon so if the price is right I might just put some goodies in it. BTW its a 00 zx6r.

None the less good work!
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Big Bore Kit

They are pricey, 469. But the kicker is you cylinders are nitrite plated, to improve heat transfer and you have to have them redone, and thats expensive. I would just save up, sell the bike and buy a 1000. My 2 cents.

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post #9 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-11-2007, 10:19 PM
 
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Where can I get the cylinder replated? I like my bike and would like it to be a nice sleeper. And its paid for. If the motor needs rebuilt won't I need to have it replated anyway?


BTW thanks for the link and information GearGrabinGuy
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post #10 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-12-2007, 05:21 PM
 
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Honestly I dunno about automotive places... I know alot of aviation shops do it, but I dont know if they will let the "public" use it for a non aviation part. But its worth a shot. Chances are you may have to get it shipped off to cali, or something. I would go on Google and search up a plater in your area. And anything to help, I thought about doing it to my bike, but Ima break down and get a 10R.
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Yeah I want a 10R but I don't want another payment! So i think a sleeper would be cool. I hear in order to put a 9R motor in you need to widen the frame and all sorts of crap. But do you know about a 7R motor? I know I am asking alot of questions but I don't want to find out later I could have after I just put a stock motor back in.
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Doind the motor just isn't worth the $$ you'd have to put in it. Especially if your motor isn't blown.




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post #13 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-23-2007, 06:07 PM
 
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Your right, the 9R frame is completely different, it would take ALOT of modifiying to get it to fit. Secondly I dont believe the 7R will fit either... your only shot is the big bore kit. And honestly like Iv said before, id save it and put it toward something with more potential, get an old 12R!! Thats a sleeper! As Gasman said, its not going to be worth the money you put into it. Especially if you want to sell it your never going to get your money out. Thats the dilima I hold right now.
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