04' ZX10 Dyno'ed w/ Akra Evo2, PC3, BMC, & custom map, Pics included - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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post #1 of 26 Old 05-21-2007, 05:47 AM Thread Starter
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04' ZX10 Dyno'ed w/ Akra Evo2, PC3, BMC, & custom map, Pics included

Man I swear this is the last time I going to spend money on this bike!

Seriously though I find it so hard not to find "something else" that I want to do to this bike. So many things, I swear the wife is going to kill me anyday now. Gets hard to tell her to stop shopping for clothes when I go out and spend over $1000 on stuff for the bike.

Anyway I just installed the Akra Evo2 full system with the Hex can, PC3, and also BMC filter. I did it all myself, mind you I am no expert in doing this kind of stuff, but this site is excellent with all of the help and how-to-do it yourself links, if I can do it then anyone can.

I just moved from NJ out to SC a couple of months back and was referred over to Dal Kawa cycle in NC about an 1hr away from my new home to have them do a custom map for me. Dropped the bike off last week and picked it up a couple of days later and man this thing feels completely different. I can honestly say that the bike runs perfect now, better than new and feels stronger EVERYWHERE.

Here are some pics of the bike and dyno print out, hopefully the pics come out ok:


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Great numbers and contrary to the common belief your dyno graph shows power increase everywhere incl. low and mid range. If I had known, I would've bought a full system myself.
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Great numbers and contrary to the common belief your dyno graph shows power increase everywhere incl. low and mid range. If I had known, I would've bought a full system myself.
i know someone that has one for sale

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Man I swear this is the last time I going to spend money on this bike!

Seriously though I find it so hard not to find "something else" that I want to do to this bike. So many things, I swear the wife is going to kill me anyday now. Gets hard to tell her to stop shopping for clothes when I go out and spend over $1000 on stuff for the bike.

Anyway I just installed the Akra Evo2 full system with the Hex can, PC3, and also BMC filter. I did it all myself, mind you I am no expert in doing this kind of stuff, but this site is excellent with all of the help and how-to-do it yourself links, if I can do it then anyone can.

I just moved from NJ out to SC a couple of months back and was referred over to Dal Kawa cycle in NC about an 1hr away from my new home to have them do a custom map for me. Dropped the bike off last week and picked it up a couple of days later and man this thing feels completely different. I can honestly say that the bike runs perfect now, better than new and feels stronger EVERYWHERE.

Here are some pics of the bike and dyno print out, hopefully the pics come out ok:


http://img521.imageshack.us/img521/7223/img2497fn9.jpg
http://img521.imageshack.us/img521/8663/img2502xh6.jpg
http://img206.imageshack.us/img206/9451/img2498gw2.jpg
http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/392/img2501to7.jpg
http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/6472/img2506mq7.jpg
http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/7100/img2508mk0.jpg
http://img521.imageshack.us/img521/1001/img2540ze2.jpg


Man it would be nice to have that map.. lol!!
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were are you in jersey? nice 10 by the way.

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Man it would be nice to have that map.. lol!!
Not really, your bike with the same mods might need a different tune than his. No 2 bikes are the same.
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Nice bike and nice numbers.

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I bought some of the MUZZY sliders like you have. Pricey, but well designed. Nice looking bike.

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