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post #1 of 12 Old 03-01-2017, 01:29 AM Thread Starter
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Gen 4 from Bulgaria

Heya guys, introducing myself with my recently bought gen 4. Still getting used to it. It was dilemma between this bike and the notorious s1000rr. However, I am a Kawi guy for quite some time, I am also owning a zx6r 2005 for almost 5 years. Just fell in love with the 10 in the moment I saw it. S1000rr is a brilliant bike but when love kicks in, nothing can be done It is still %100 stock. Waiting for a Bazzaz Fi QS, Austin Racing de-cat slip-on and DNA air filter. I hope the bike gets some gains from those because I am a bit disappointing from its performance so far
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Welcome!
S1000RR - sure exciting and better performance out of the box.
ZX10R - dial it in and your love will grow.

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Welcome! If you can get over the lack of low end power then everything else is fantastic. That issue is cheap to fix with new sprockets of course. Handling also improves a lot with 6mm of shims on the rear shock and a proper suspension adjustment.

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Welcome mate!are you getting it dynod after the mods and what Austin Racing are you buying?
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Welcome! If you can get over the lack of low end power then everything else is fantastic. That issue is cheap to fix with new sprockets of course. Handling also improves a lot with 6mm of shims on the rear shock and a proper suspension adjustment.
I really like how to bike handles. I feel it really light and fast cornering and changing directions. If that feeling is better with the shims, I am going for it.

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Welcome mate!are you getting it dynod after the mods and what Austin Racing are you buying?
I am thinking of getting auto tune module for Bazzaz. I am reading a lot lately and according to the gathered info it should be ok. I like to experiment and try different stuff. Also, trying different air to fuel ratio is my goal. We do not have a reputable dyno tech here and a good dyno tune is a but mist. I have a friend from Greece and maybe we are going to flash our ECUs in Greece this summer. They have good shops and are into drag racing. Is it worth it to flash EU bike? I know it does for the US but our EU bikes are not so restricted, right? What would be the gains?
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I scored AR GP Ultimate. Planing to get auto tune module for bazzaz. Is it worth to flash EU bike ECU?
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If you want to see some real gains from the DNA Filter you better get it tuned after installing it :)
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Well I didn't because Aus models are EU spec!but to answer that question is really up to the owner!If your going to the expense of a Bazzaz with autotune why would you also go to the expense of a flash also?Just buy the Woolich kit with the autotune there wouldn't be a great deal of difference in the price at a guess!Im pretty sure the Woolich autotune is much better at relaying info than the Dynojet autotune but not sure about the Bazzaz!Im not that computer minded but getting better and wanted a easy solution so I purchased a Rapidbike fuel controller that uses the stock lambda sensor to adjust fueling,it makes a map after 200-300klm and you have the ability to make changers when needed,I just wanted something easy!I heap of people luv Woolich and I have never heard 1 bad review since he first started so that speaks for itself
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