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post #41 of 87 Old 12-02-2012, 09:04 AM Thread Starter
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Ok guys I get it.. I'm aware of the obvious, but thanks though. Idk what I would do without some of your input.

Now to a few of the others, thanks for the actual help and info. I was just wondering some of the best mods to bump up the hp a lil bit and I do realize the honda is a torque machine.

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Ok guys I get it.. I'm aware of the obvious, but thanks though. Idk what I would do without some of your input.

Now to a few of the others, thanks for the actual help and info. I was just wondering some of the best mods to bump up the hp a lil bit and I do realize the honda is a torque machine.
Best bang for your buck would be z-bomb. $60/6hp on top end.

Hyperflo claims 6hp with no fuel mapping with their exhaust.

Don't be so concerned with hp. Most numbers thrown around are crank hp.
BMW 193=179 rwhp
1199 Panigale195=158 rwhp
CBR 177=151rwhp


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Thank u man

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Dominate - not sure how much money you have to blow on this bike. and I'm sure some of what I say below is in your thread, but I didn't want to read thru all the guys telling you the bike is fast enough.

1) weight loss: lose the stock exhaust, servo motor, stupid air flaps in the intake, get a lithium battery, lighter wheels.

2) piggyback fuel module (pick whatever one you want), ignition controller. If you don't want a fuel management thingy, you could go with a HRC, or reflash on the ECU, I have one on my 600cc bike, love it.

3) do the R6 1/6 throttle tube install: R6 1/6-turn Throttle Tube Install - Lots of pics!
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Thank u man. That's what I wanted to get from a reply.

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I'm one of the few gals on the forum... no worries.

my 2011 has a slip on (servo delete, and air intake flap delete) and power commander V, ignition controller, custom tune... here's the dyno (158 hp, 79 ft-lb):

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There's a heaviness in my heart as I type this. ZX-14 and we can close this annoying thread already.


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Air filter and a good dyno tuning
Air filter does virtually nothing.



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I always buy a better air filter though.usually BMC or Pipercross

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Dominate - not sure how much money you have to blow on this bike. and I'm sure some of what I say below is in your thread, but I didn't want to read thru all the guys telling you the bike is fast enough.

1) weight loss: lose the stock exhaust, servo motor, stupid air flaps in the intake, get a lithium battery, lighter wheels.

2) piggyback fuel module (pick whatever one you want), ignition controller. If you don't want a fuel management thingy, you could go with a HRC, or reflash on the ECU, I have one on my 600cc bike, love it.

3) do the R6 1/6 throttle tube install: R6 1/6-turn Throttle Tube Install - Lots of pics!
How much does the OP weigh? Perhaps we could start there...

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