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post #11 of 14 Old 01-15-2004, 02:46 PM
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You're little late i've posted this couple of days ago

But to call LKM the tuning house :?: sorry but that's bullshit.
2 years ago a german guy with a higly tuned ZX12R, tuned by LKM, came to a dyno shoot out in Holland. He had paid a shitload of money to have his ZX12R tuned. And on LKM's dyno it supposedly did 206PS, at the rear wheel.
Well in Holland it only managed some 180PS, just a tad more than one ZX12R with an Akra and PCIII. Comment by LKM was that the guy who did the dyno runs was inexperienced with high powered vehicles. Well that guy has been Dynojet distributor in Holland for years and defenitly knows his shit. He has been testing V8's and alike so knows a thing or 2 on testing "high powered vehicles".
So LKM I guess him testing preproduction bikes :?: He sure as hell gets a load of attention
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post #12 of 14 Old 01-15-2004, 02:56 PM
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to burger king thank you for the tip on lkm. when it seems to good to be true it usually is. any way got a lot of fantastic speed shops in california. to many to list.
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post #13 of 14 Old 01-15-2004, 06:12 PM
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roadracing world has a great issue on the zx-10 r. here is a taste of the internal engine specs. 92 degrees of valve overlap. Go to bikeland.org and click on cyclenews article. click on the link at the bottom to access more info and photos.
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from big b about last post go to bikeland.org, next click on zx-10rzone and then click on cycle news article. and if interested click on the link at the bottom of the cycle news article for more info :D
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