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Old 12-26-2012, 09:34 AM   #241
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Here is a shot of the inside of the compressor side. The blades turn counter clockwise. The air gets compressed & pushed up/out to the scroll ( dark outer ring) at the outside of the housing. The compressor spins at 80-120,000 rpm. If the output air is backing up because of too small a charge pipe / too many bends / too long / insufficent plenum, it chokes the exhaust turbine & slows the whole cycle down.
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Old 12-31-2012, 09:42 AM   #242
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Here it is, the intake flange kit for DIY people.

You can build:
- A Silicon hose Y-solution for a forced induction
- A plenum can-solution for a forced induction
- 2 pcs separate filters for a normally aspirated
- 1 pcs large filter between plates for a normally aspirated
- velocity stacks or a scoop for racers
- etc

- NOS, alcohol- or water injection can be fitted
- does NOT include a crank case breather connection


The kit includes:
CNC machined billet flange
M6*30mm screws and lock washers (AISI316) 6pcs
1/8" NPT plugs 4pcs
IAT censor and seal 1pc
IAT censor socket kit 1pc
O-ring FPM (Viton) 3pcs

Price $325 + shipping

Orders by PM
Payment by Paypal
A stock item at Karzza Motor Sports



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Old 12-31-2012, 11:23 AM   #243
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Karzza, That is beautiful and lot more aggressive price than I would have thought. I'd post it on Yellowbullet and Dragbike too.
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Old 12-31-2012, 11:47 AM   #244
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Here are a couple items that might be ideas to lighten the beast. The black bracket is the front motor mount, the large washer is aluminum replacement for the steel piece on the same mount. The gold piece is the waste gate bracket. The axle is made from 7075 T6 and weighs right at 12 ounces, the stock piece is almost 37 ounces. The savings on these is almost two pounds. May not seem like much, but it adds up. Show us some of your mods.
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Old 12-31-2012, 11:52 AM   #245
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A stock front motor mount is a catastrofe.
The mount should be made of billet aluminum with a PUR bushing.
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Falicon +3/8" full circle, K1, CP 4.25" pistons
Billet oil-pan, pinned cases and bearings, 12mm head and main studs
Special cams, SuperAlloy valves, titan retainers, springs
Turbo Garret GT2560R, BB, water cooled
14 Psi Forge waste gate and BOV, Valeo i-cooler
Black Ops 172lb/hr injectors, Wabro 255lph pump
Porsche tbo 5bar fuel regulator
Daytona VRFIgen3 ECM, KMS 3bar MAP.
11 plates carbon fibre lock-up, billet basket
Straight cut 2nd gears
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Old 12-31-2012, 02:54 PM   #246
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Old 12-31-2012, 05:13 PM   #247
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Karzza why the 56mm bore is this too big for stock notbbig enough for performance?
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:55 PM   #248
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We have been thinking with Mukle, what kind would be a good universal plenum for V-Rod.
Here it is.

The plenum is possible to use right or left side feeded.
A charge tupe can be fitted every 45deg position.
Volume of the plenum is about 2000cc.
Multi purpose flange, which we will machine on Saturday, is used with the plenum.

Comments, some other ideas?

Are you still doing this one?
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:56 PM   #249
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The next version, here you are.

All the needed connections (1/8"NPT) are located to the flange. A plugged BOV-location is possible to utilize for measure-purposes.

Mukle is checking if 280mm total lenght woud be possible w/o hitting to an airbox cover. More lenght would help airflow near and around of the velocity stacks.

Personally I believe a linear airflow is the best in a plenium and in runners. (Target is to turbulece fuelled air flow into a cylinder after passing a valve plate)


rsc, can You explain "Just need to make sure that there are fluts on the adapter at least .500 of an inch high" in other words.




More ideas and comments are wellcome to design the best plenum for everyone.
I mean , this one!!!

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Old 01-01-2013, 01:55 AM   #250
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Karzza why the 56mm bore is this too big for stock notbbig enough for performance?
There is meet to enlarge to 58mm.

Would You tell me more about the "too big for 53mm case"?
(study a shape of stock throttle body)
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Falicon +3/8" full circle, K1, CP 4.25" pistons
Billet oil-pan, pinned cases and bearings, 12mm head and main studs
Special cams, SuperAlloy valves, titan retainers, springs
Turbo Garret GT2560R, BB, water cooled
14 Psi Forge waste gate and BOV, Valeo i-cooler
Black Ops 172lb/hr injectors, Wabro 255lph pump
Porsche tbo 5bar fuel regulator
Daytona VRFIgen3 ECM, KMS 3bar MAP.
11 plates carbon fibre lock-up, billet basket
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Old 01-01-2013, 02:06 AM   #251
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About the plenum production.
Dravings for CNC machining are ok, but it seems that we are not able to machine the plenums by ourself.
We will ask an offer to produce 5 pcs of them from a relevant company. Let's see what is a price and intrest in the forum when the price is known.

Note, I do NOT have business purposes, this is just a hobby for me.
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268rwhp / 260Nm, E85 fuel
Falicon +3/8" full circle, K1, CP 4.25" pistons
Billet oil-pan, pinned cases and bearings, 12mm head and main studs
Special cams, SuperAlloy valves, titan retainers, springs
Turbo Garret GT2560R, BB, water cooled
14 Psi Forge waste gate and BOV, Valeo i-cooler
Black Ops 172lb/hr injectors, Wabro 255lph pump
Porsche tbo 5bar fuel regulator
Daytona VRFIgen3 ECM, KMS 3bar MAP.
11 plates carbon fibre lock-up, billet basket
Straight cut 2nd gears
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Old 01-01-2013, 09:14 AM   #252
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About the plenum production.
Dravings for CNC machining are ok, but it seems that we are not able to machine the plenums by ourself.
We will ask an offer to produce 5 pcs of them from a relevant company. Let's see what is a price and intrest in the forum when the price is known.

Note, I do NOT have business purposes, this is just a hobby for me.


Thank you for doing what you do in your spare time.

Very interesested in the entire package!
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Old 01-02-2013, 11:43 AM   #253
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Old 01-06-2013, 11:19 AM   #254
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We found and visited a suitable small serie CNC machining shop for a production of the first plenums.

I decided to add and already designed a crank case ventilation including an oil separator to the plenum. Everybody need to solve it in any case, and I think this is the cleanest and the most cost efficient way to do it. Mukle will uppdate the drawings in a week, then all of you will see the idea.

We will get an excact price in two weeks. If enough intrest exists, min. 4-5pcs, the plenum will came true.
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Falicon +3/8" full circle, K1, CP 4.25" pistons
Billet oil-pan, pinned cases and bearings, 12mm head and main studs
Special cams, SuperAlloy valves, titan retainers, springs
Turbo Garret GT2560R, BB, water cooled
14 Psi Forge waste gate and BOV, Valeo i-cooler
Black Ops 172lb/hr injectors, Wabro 255lph pump
Porsche tbo 5bar fuel regulator
Daytona VRFIgen3 ECM, KMS 3bar MAP.
11 plates carbon fibre lock-up, billet basket
Straight cut 2nd gears
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Old 01-06-2013, 11:49 AM   #255
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Thanks Karzza/Mukle.
Looking forward to seeing the updates.
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