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Hey guys, been years since I've been active on the site. Figured id show current state of my 3rd gen....its been through some changes over the years. I ended up gutting the entire wiring system and going with a Haltech standalone and Racepak cluster for the gauges, all carbon bodywork (painted) wheels etc.
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2008 ZX-10r 68" Dime Piece BST wheels
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Maybe a stupid question, but what's the advantage of the Haltech?
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Proper looking bike that
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Maybe a stupid question, but what's the advantage of the Haltech?
Zero tuning limitations, log anything you want, wire the bike however you want. Factory ECU has limited tuning abilities
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Welcome back dude, good looking ride you got there. Love a slammed GenIII. Lots of mem's gone over the years. You still in the flashing biz?

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