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Old 11-29-2012, 10:00 AM   #151
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The problem is how much of that extra 15hp is useable horsepower on the street.
guess there is no reason to attempt making kits then
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Old 11-29-2012, 11:07 AM   #152
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guess there is no reason to attempt making kits then
Thanks for what you're doing. They'll always complaint about something as you can see, ones for not having space for their gadgets and others for having too much power on traffic lights...that's why people and companies willing to engage on stuff for us end up abandoning their projects...
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Old 11-29-2012, 11:51 AM   #153
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just ordered up the screaming eagle pro super tuner, I already have the dynojet power commander so I can have tune maps for both.
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Old 11-29-2012, 12:47 PM   #154
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I have the SE Pro EFI and it is an amazing tuner and very easy the use. The built in data logger is really helpful.
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Old 11-29-2012, 02:09 PM   #155
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Hey fab.not complaining.mearly a suggestion, if you.look,what Brian asked for on the begining.and this is.the time.to.suggest
Things,not when its in a box for.sale
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Old 11-29-2012, 02:20 PM   #156
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Hey fab.not complaining.mearly a suggestion, if you.look,what Brian asked for on the begining.and this is.the time.to.suggest
Things,not when its in a box for.sale
I know but it's supposed to be a "generic" setup, if he tries to fulfil everybody's petitions he'll need to end up designing 30 different setups to fit 30 different things in the airbox: one for your Arnott's pump, another one for a 10oz NOS bottle, another one to fit a PCV, another one to fit a TMax, another one to fit an IC, another one to fit a bottle of drinking water, etc. IMHO if you really want those extra HP you sell those damn $1K shocks and enjoy the bike being faster and more fun and forget about slamming it to take pics!!!


or find somewhere to shove that darn air pump!
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But some are doable and some not so much.and as u saw he was willing to look it . Up to him ,if he wants to or not

As for taking picts..I don't.remember taking of the red bike to show anyone yet.must get around to finding a camera.one.day .LOL
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But some are doable and some not so much.and as u saw he was willing to look it . Up to him ,if he wants to or not

As for taking picts..I don't.remember taking of the red bike to show anyone yet.must get around to finding a camera.one.day .LOL
You need to stop that Home Improvement bug you have and start prioritizing!!!!
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still waiting for your dimensions on that pump.....
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still waiting for your dimensions on that pump.....
Maybe these pics can give you an idea at least

http://www.1130cc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=160641
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Old 11-29-2012, 03:56 PM   #161
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Muscled'up why dont you post some pics in your gallery? That beast sure must be interesting!
There are plenty of pics here on forum i will try loading some up soon

Bike is going through another minor transformation over next 3 weeks (nothing earth shattering ) with paint being touched up and some colour added here and there.

I will build a garage once bike is complete but those who want to see it its in the F section under muscle trask turbo thread
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Brian .just a note for you.the suggestions ,I have made are for you to be able to get as many sales as possible ,while its in the ur desighn stageand can be dealt with ,so later ur as many sales as possible .
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Brian .just a note for you.the suggestions ,I have made are for you to be able to get as many sales as possible ,while its in the ur desighn stageand can be dealt with ,so later ur as many sales as possible .
I fully understand there should be no problem with room for the air pump from what I can see in the pictures to fit that under the air box cover. i will relocate the sensors just incase to the front part of the intake. thanks for all your imput.
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Old 11-29-2012, 04:50 PM   #164
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how many of you have ridden a bike with a turbo kit? doesn't it get hot on your leg? That right there icould be another benifit to running this kit, not to mention turbo lag and better torque. to each is there own for views on blower vs turbo.

Today I looked at prices for vendors kits...

Superchagers:

$6995.00 G-force Non I/C
$5610.00 TTS/rotrex I/C (converted 3500£ to USD)
$5450.00 Patric Racing Sprintex Non I/C
$5995.00 Vance & Hines Sprintex Non I/C


Turbochargers:

$4995.00 Trask turbo Non I/C
$5490.00 Trask turbo I/C
$5495.00 American turbo power Non I/C
$5995.00 Turbo connection Non I/C
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Old 11-29-2012, 08:32 PM   #165
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I have ridden a friends turbo 300Hp Busa, but the snail had a blanket and was under the faring. No noticable extra heat.

Even without a blower, my V&H Comp exhaust can get scorching hot and roast my leg.
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