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post #1 of 16 Old 01-08-2006, 11:10 PM Thread Starter
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Muzzy's air shifter

Anyone else running with one???
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had one on my 12r.....

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Anyone else running with one???
I had a Muzzy air shifter on my 2001 ZX-9R for three full season of drag racing. I loved it.

I sold my ZX-9R in late October 2005 and of this morning, I called up my dealership to order a Muzzy air shifter for my 2005 ZX-10R.

Why do I like it? Because EVERYTHING is included (especially the brackets)!!! Also, because it was very reliable (after I got it dialed in, it NEVER gave me trouble).

I would definitely recommend it! Do you plan on using it on the street or in a racing environment?




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Ilove mine to

Here is a picture of mine you have to look really close it is under the shifter and the bottle mounts where the passenger peg use to be
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Here is a picture of mine you have to look really close it is under the shifter and the bottle mounts where the passenger peg use to be
Did you mount the bottle there yourself or is that where Muzzy had it designed to mount? I assumed the bottle was going into the tail section of the bike like on my '01 ZX-9R.

Do you have a fill gauge?
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Yes it comes with the brackets to mount it there, then i ordered a cheap exhaust bracket for the other side off the internet so i could get rid of the other peg! NO gauges include in the kit!!! It is a high pressure bottle they say fill them with co2 but i am using compressed nitrogen.
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Yes it comes with the brackets to mount it there, then i ordered a cheap exhaust bracket for the other side off the internet so i could get rid of the other peg! NO gauges include in the kit!!! It is a high pressure bottle they say fill them with co2 but i am using compressed nitrogen.
Can you send a larger photo please?

What brand/model exhaust bracket did you buy?

Where did you get your bottle filled?

I also used Nitrogen.
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the bracket was some knock off i got off ebay! www.schnitzracing.com has them to! I rent a bottle from local weldor supply and fill myself. it say you should get 300-400 shifter per fill i have never counted.try this picture the bracket mounts to motor and the other bracket mounts directly to the shifter linkage under the shifter!
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Thanks for the info and the photo. Can I talk you into a close up photo of the bottle and mounting area?
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