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Old 12-04-2012, 12:43 PM   #71
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Old 12-04-2012, 12:44 PM   #72
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Hahaha I got what he meant
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Old 12-04-2012, 02:26 PM   #73
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Haha nice man.. I'm looking for something a lil easier to wheelie cuz my other bikes took a bit of work in anything other than 1st.. I'm not a fan of first gear wheelies lol. So I'm thinking the honda would be the most fun for me.
It will wheelie easier than the 10 you had. I owned a 10 and I can verify that. Throw on some different sprockets and even more so. Those 3rd gen 10s were harder to wheelie imo. Wheelbase and weight maybe.

Put on a $15 R6 throttle tube and a zbomb or dynojet irc and those alone will make a difference. For very little $. Tube install is a sticky i think.
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Old 12-04-2012, 02:40 PM   #74
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Nice thank u. Well I'm buying ur IRC, I will be getting a pcv with my Austin racing exhaust. Plus a BMC or Pipercross air filter and a 520 chain conversion kit -1 +2, and the 1/5 throttle insert from Rifleman over at zx-10r site. Bikes going to be an acceleration machine haha
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Nice thank u. Well I'm buying ur IRC, I will be getting a pcv with my Austin racing exhaust. Plus a BMC or Pipercross air filter and a 520 chain conversion kit -1 +2, and the 1/5 throttle insert from Rifleman over at zx-10r site. Bikes going to be an acceleration machine haha
I tried the rifleman insert on my 09 CBR1000RR. It didn't fit! Just letting you know. Its literally a piece of shaved pvc. Clever idea though.
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Old 12-04-2012, 03:02 PM   #76
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Oh it worked on my 10r hmm I hope it works on the '13 model or I guess I'll do the R6 one
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Old 12-04-2012, 05:09 PM   #77
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It will wheelie easier than the 10 you had. I owned a 10 and I can verify that. Throw on some different sprockets and even more so. Those 3rd gen 10s were harder to wheelie imo. Wheelbase and weight maybe.
Those 3rd gen ZX10s can't be that tough to wheelie. One of my buddies rides one and he power wheelies the shit out of that thing in 2nd gear. He has been riding for like 20 years and obviously has great throttle control, but I have seen the bottom side of his bike in my rear view mirror many times. That being said, the CBR is an easy bike to wheelie with all its midrange.
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Old 12-04-2012, 05:30 PM   #78
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I think you mean "hair trigger." Why must we mangle the English language so?
I think i meant 'hairpin' throttle.
Adjective+noun. A mastery of english language allows you to understand this.
Hairpin throttle
Hairpin trigger
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08 Flapper mod

Here is a write up. I'm not sure if the '12 has them tho. Sounds like you have a good idea to start.
12 has a flapper and it works the same way as the write up for the 08 says, i did block off plates while i was in there and a k&n at the same time.
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Nice thank u. Well I'm buying ur IRC, I will be getting a pcv with my Austin racing exhaust. Plus a BMC or Pipercross air filter and a 520 chain conversion kit -1 +2, and the 1/5 throttle insert from Rifleman over at zx-10r site. Bikes going to be an acceleration machine haha
You're going -1 +2 and you're worried about more horsepower? For what, you'll never need it with that gearing. You're killing your top end anyway.
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