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post #1 of 63 Old 07-18-2005, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
 
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i am going to but everything from ivan tomorrow,,, full akra system,stainless steel,, $300 cheaper than titainum,, an still the same horse power they say.. pc3usb,tre, an block off plat,,, they said i need the block off plat to help the bike not to pop while decelerating,,, do any of you have that problem?
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The plates will help reduce the decel popping but not eliminate it completely. It does however make perfect sense to replace them since you'll be removing the tank/bodywork anyway.

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thats cool,,, i dont mind that kind of pop,,, i like the noise,,lol,,, as long as it dos'nt back fire while idleing or excelerating. and hes loading the map for all the stuff to,,, should be turn key an go,,, dam,,, should of waited to say that,,lol
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Do the block off plates. I found the backfiring extremely annoying. You will lose some weight by taking the CA canister off also.


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whats CA????
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If they have the facility, you should have it custom mapped, you will notice the difference, for sure.
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whats CA????
Non 49 state bike, or another term is a California ZX10R with some emission junk.
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got ya,, thanks,,, im in maryland ,, im going to do everything ivan says first,,, then im going to get it dynod,,, to see where im at,,, i got one done when i was at deals gap,, but im not to sure how good the machine was,, im thinking i should of been around 148 to 152,,, i might be thinking big though,, it was at wheelers in robinsonville.. and how much do i add with the ram air,,, 8 to 10 horses?????
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the numbers mean Jack, it's thebefore and after you're interested in, that's all. Ram air doesn't even come into play until you're at jailable speeds, so don't worry about it. haha
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The Ram Air is a Joke on our bikes. We are not getting ANY more HP from it at all. There is a large vacume line going to the airbox.

it is IMPOSSIBLE to build a Positive pressure WHILE pulling a vacume. It cannot happen. As well as the crankcase is not designed to handle positive pressure.

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got ya,, thanks,,, im in maryland ,, im going to do everything ivan says first,,, then im going to get it dynod,,, to see where im at,,, i got one done when i was at deals gap,, but im not to sure how good the machine was,, im thinking i should of been around 148 to 152,,, i might be thinking big though,, it was at wheelers in robinsonville.. and how much do i add with the ram air,,, 8 to 10 horses?????

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