ZX10R Exhaust Servo Eliminator "How To" D.I.Y. Gen 1, 2, & 3 - Page 10 - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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post #91 of 99 Old 07-28-2014, 09:47 PM
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Well I hope it doesn't...I used 1/4 on mine works fine
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I got everything toghter been riding for about a week it works fine with the 1/4 watt. I'll post pics of first model will be redoing when I find a smaller project box it's huge right now.
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thanks for the build info. saving us almost $50!
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Hellsrazor. If I buy your eliminator, I simply unplug the Servo Moto and plug your eliminator into the connections? No need to cut any wires?
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post #96 of 99 Old 03-31-2015, 09:22 AM
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People need help. I have a 2014 zx10, gen4, and manufactures remover but it gives me error 63, someone made one for gen4. I need to produce it myself because I am from argentina And lets not custom parts! We seem to Cuba! I need help please! Thank You !!!
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This mod will let you remove the exhaust servo motor and cables.
Makes room for a PC3 and will make your exhaust a little louder.
Some people say it will give you a couple extra horsepower,
But there is no definitive proof.
ie.. Before and after dyno results.
Hi guys, just read this entire string and... if taking the servo motor out doesn't add any power, is there a point to it other than making it a little louder and lighter (how much lighter?)

Or... if you take it out, do the block offs, and add a Power commander do you get some more juice?

Last question that was eluded to but I am still nervous. Eliminating the servo and doing a slip on for my CBR100RR gave it multiple dips below 6K rpm and no map on the power commander would smooth it out. Are you all telling me that is NOT the case with the Gen 1 ZX10R?
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HR pm sent please reply man. I need you man.
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Sorry to open up an old thread as my first post but i'm building this tonight and i'm a little stuck.

We don't have Radio Shack here in Canada so i got my capacitor at a local place. They didn't have any with arrows on them or a wire coming out of each end as you can see in the pics.

The guy told me that the short wire beside the grey stripe would be the wire that connects to the black wire. Is that correct?

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