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Bazzaz or pcv? What's are people using and why. I have the guhls reflash had my bike on the dyno put out 168Hp and the torque was all over the place at one point it hit 208lbs of torque I got my money back never going back to that place. Going to go on the dyno this week however depending air ratio looking for my next mod to be bazzaz or PVC unsure of which one I will be adding the quick shift. And this winter I wanna change gearing and possibly cams.
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PCV for me only cause they are more common and a bit cheaper. The more common part means its easier to find a good tuning center for it. Nothing wrong with the Bazzaz unit if you know someone who can tune it.


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SkyDork's comment. I put the Bazzaz on my sons bike (replaced a PC V) just to get the traction control (plus we have a decent tuner near who can handle it).

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I have the now obsolete Bazzaz with a quickshift.
Great unit my gen 3 has dynode 174 and 168 hp the torque swing is likely due to the cam or not enough drum brake force on the dyno.

I had an issue with my bazzaz and I sent to them in California.
and they sent me a replacement in less than a week for no charge.
no receipt required or anything.
there tech support is top knotch

2010 Zx10r Black spark Bazzaz zfi with QS,Puig Blue Double bubble,vortex rear sets,Blue Spools, fork sliders and oil fill cap,M4 street slayer,Penske triple clicker -1 +3 gearing 520 chain
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