1078cc big bore kit install with goodies - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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post #1 of 21 Old 07-18-2017, 04:04 AM Thread Starter
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Finally got the last bits and pieces to start this build., which includes

Gen 1 cases
Lightened, balanced and polished crank
Gen 4 head and cams( decked and intake profiled)
JE pistons, +3mm
Gen 4 polished and balanced rods
ARP head bolts
Modded generator gear
Hayes clutch basket
NRC covers
Higher pressure oil relief valve


The bike already runs the gen 4 injector rack.

In the bike now is a Gen 1 stock motor with decked head Gen 4 pistons and cams. That combo produced great results for me at the 1/4 mile. Best ever passes for me.

So this new build will be a great comparison.

But there is always the supercharger kit to keep me busy too....
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post #2 of 21 Old 07-18-2017, 04:41 AM
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i must of missed a turbo and stand alone ecu in that list lol.
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The Gen4 head have you chopped the frame mount points of a earlier head and welded those on or have you fabricated something up from scratch on that. I rate the G4 rods they stretch a little less Iv gone .55mm on the squish with Gen4 rods & pistons in a Gen3 engine. No problem.
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Ran out of finishing parts...odds and ends. Needs more big parts, clutch cover, oil pan, water pump. But this is the 3Rd motor so no real need if them, but nice to keep out debris and such.

I'll fab up a bracket for the right side and modify the left side brackets.

Noooooo turbos, lol
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Jake you always make the coolest stuff man. These builds are always crazy. Good luck man

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Yes thats looking good How much weight did APE get of your crank ?
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Looks like an awesome build! Can't wait to see more and what kind of power it makes
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not a clue as to how much they hacked off.........but it is a considerable amount.

Very disappointed in the casting quality and factory finish in the Gen 4 head........the Gen 1 head was far superior in finish quality.

Did a considerable amount of cleanup ,blending, and finish work to the Gen 4 head.

I was going to do a straight swap of heads to see if there was real world gains to be noticed from the Gen 1 to Gen 4 head with the same cams and degreeing, dyno numbers, blah blah blah.....but end of the day gains in 1/4 mile timing.
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Did you finish this built?
What was the difference in 1/4 time with the gen4 head cams pistons?
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post #10 of 21 Old 10-14-2017, 08:20 AM Thread Starter
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motor is going in the bike next spring.

Although, the gen 4 cams in the Gen 1 head yeilded great results and survived my season of racing.

I suspect the Gen 4 head and cams will be an equal to that combo with long life and durability packed in.

The head will also compliment the gen 4 pistons better and yield a better power production.

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