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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-07-2006, 10:01 PM Thread Starter
 
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145-150hp gsxr750

Whats up everybody need help in the hp area can you make 145-150hp with 03 gixxer 750 for $2000 or less??? thanks for any info
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First off...

Second, the power is achievable but for that cash limit... not sure...




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post #3 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-08-2006, 09:18 AM
 
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Why not
My 2000 gsxr is 142 hp stock at the crank. Before I bought it it had a full yosh exhaust, high flow filters, pc II or III and it dynoed out at about 143 at the wheel. When I got it, the exhaust was back to stock and I took off the PC for now.
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Heres the deal my bike has been dyno at 132hp with yosh racing pipe pc and high flow filter. The bike screams now I just want more grunt down low. I have found engine kits for $1500-$1700 would bump dis to 817cc. Would this get me close?? I dont want to spend but around $2000 because I Plan on a new gsx-r 1000 next year. thanks for your reply
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First off... if you are going to get a new bike next year... DO NOT WASTE YOUR $$$$$

Monster... it has been discussed many times here... It is getting harder and harder to yank more power out of these bikes.

Twisty!!, chime in here.... you have this bike!!!




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Well I had this bike.....SOLD!!!!

DSGB dont be a fool. Save loot and buy another bike. If your not racing it, dont drop the money in it. And if you are racing Im sure your not using 100% of the bike or motor.
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If you are looking to go onto the motor, then just sell it and put your $2K on top of it and buy a 1000
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But Twisty is this, I think rediculous, goal achievable under such a strict budget???




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Yeah you could do it for 2000. You wouldnt need and engine kit. Degreed cams, nice map, thinner head gasket, V-stack,radius valve job, milled head. You would be close. But for what reason tho? Use the 2000 for down payment on a new bike that will blow the doors off the 750. Putting an engine in will effect driveablity. Just a waste.
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Ok guys Im 28 been riding 15 years I know my way around a bike. This will be a track bike and maybe see a dragstrip or two. twisty I think it would hard to use 100% of a 750s handling if the bike is setup right but the engine and rider not so sure. By years end this bikes will be all carbon fiber
I want more power to go along with new look.
Plus I would spend the money on the 750 before the 1000. The new gixxer would not be a track bike $400 slip on for a good sound and maybe some good sport tires thats it. Hard to make the new gixxer 1000 better anyways later guys
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So twisty I could get all that done for less than 2k????
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You live in michigan?
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Nope Ga
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Nope Georgia
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You should be able to get that stuff for around 1700.
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well, you could put a 1100/1000 motor in the 750...
NoS is another cheap alternative.

damn, the 750 class is almost extinct.

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A decent pipe instead of the Yosh would help a bit. Cams, deck the head, do the head work and you're on the dance floor for the HP you want. $2k is going to be tight unless you're doing the labor yourself (or know someone competent willing to work cheap). The machine work on the head is the expensive part.

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