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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 11-06-2012, 11:34 AM Thread Starter
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Ok RUssian, you might have me sold on the turbo. I have a few questions for you.
1. What is the disadvantage of having a turbo? This is my last crotch rocket so i want longevity.
2. Can any dealer do the install?
3. What is the total price for EVERYTHING? Gauges, etc
4. How does the turbo work? Is there a button once you reach a certain speed etc?
5. When can we purchase?




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that was with 3-4 lbs of boost. yes, the motor has never been opened. fuel injectors are aftermarket. stock ones max out around 230 whp.

kit includes everything necessary to make the bike run, you need to have a PCV for tuning, wideband gauge and boost gauge recommended but not included.
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post #22 of 25 (permalink) Old 11-06-2012, 11:40 AM Thread Starter
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What are you talking about here? What is production kit?



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i have all the R&D done with 1st production kit just about ready to ship. getting the flanges cut and some other fittings CNC'd etc took a lot of time and money but now i have everything ready for production and will be setting up a vendor account here to sell them.

made 265 RWHP on pump fuel (93 octane) on a bone stock motor. install is 100% bolt on, no need to cut or modify anything besides the bottom fairings for exhaust/intake.
How many pounds of boost were you running for 265rwhp?
When you say stock motor i assume your just refering to internals. What about the fuel injectors?
Whast all is included in the kit I'm not in the market yet but stupid fast and 130mph wheelies in turns does get me alittle excited.[/QUOTE]
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Ok RUssian, you might have me sold on the turbo. I have a few questions for you.
1. What is the disadvantage of having a turbo? This is my last crotch rocket so i want longevity. you'll be going through tires a lot quicker...
2. Can any dealer do the install? the install itself is pretty straight forward but you need to have an experienced tuner do the tuning.
3. What is the total price for EVERYTHING? Gauges, etc do you already have a power commander?
4. How does the turbo work? Is there a button once you reach a certain speed etc? there is no button, the power is there all the time as soon as you get on the throttle
5. When can we purchase?any time
let me know if you have any other questions

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I'll guess high 1:40s to low 1:50s
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post #25 of 25 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 12:42 PM
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Gas flow and ported head and get engine blue printed full exhaust system hp race ecu or a pcv with race filter..this done to your bike would eat the busa

2011 motor sport s1krr,puig dark screen,watson flush turn signals,hp levers,hp rearsets,pcv,k&n race filter with custom map,austin racing gp2 inconel and titanium exhaust system,sharkskinz belly pan and stock panels custom painted,r&g crash protection,gb racing engine covers,factory pro detent spring,symmetrical smoked headlight covers,pro suspension set up and one crazy rider..!!!!
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