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post #21 of 36 Old 04-03-2019, 02:34 AM Thread Starter
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I hit the limiter at 14000rpm and makes power up to 13700 ( 192whp SAe scale).
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I guess, that my 190whp is not that bad in this case.

Currently the exhaust was put on the bike with new OEM exhaust gaskets, but those seems to be a bit restrictive, because its inside diameter does not match the head and exhaust combo. This is something that is on my list to get fixed, and it may gain a tiny bit more power.
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I guess, that my 190whp is not that bad in this case.

Currently the exhaust was put on the bike with new OEM exhaust gaskets, but those seems to be a bit restrictive, because its inside diameter does not match the head and exhaust combo. This is something that is on my list to get fixed, and it may gain a tiny bit more power.

I have done this when i had an Arata full exhaust
I didn t notice any gain but u could do it cause it helps to mental health

Gen3 : Arata full exhaust , KN air filter , 520 DID Renthal , oem Ecu converted to Race Kawasaki Ecu , milled ported head , Kent camshafts , lowered , Pk shifter , 14k rev limiter . Ecu tuned by TRE ( mr Balogiannis)

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I have done this when i had an Arata full exhaust
I didn t notice any gain but u could do it cause it helps to mental health


We will see, because it will be put on the dyno again.

Not to mention that I need to have a second mapping on the PC with the dB killer installed in the exhaust, as some tracks have noise limits around here. I am curious how much power will be lost because of that.
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You guys seriously lol this is my stockbore G3 really it is, I wouldn't normally post this as it's not my usual dyno and it is a little optimistic to say the least. All dynos read different to an extent.
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Too high? Too low?

Only did those modifications that I already mentioned before: fully ported and flow matched head, thin head gasket, KAW32 cams, full Akrapovic system and a K&N filter.

From the dyno chart, I see that by extending the rev limiter, it would make more power most probably. The valvetrain got all new parts including brand new valve springs, so +500rpm might work, but for now I want to keep it as reliable as possible, so not touching the limiter for now.
Which K&N Filter? Street or RACE?
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Which K&N Filter? Street or RACE?
Its part number is KA-1008. I did not know that there are multiple K&N air filters available to this bike.
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Its part number is KA-1008. I did not know that there are multiple K&N air filters available to this bike.
the k&n normally have "race" engraved on the filter itself, but to be honest its noticeably thin.
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You guys seriously lol this is my stockbore G3 really it is, I wouldn't normally post this as it's not my usual dyno and it is a little optimistic to say the least. All dynos read different to an extent.
A completely stock engine g3 ZX10r how much hp makes out at your dyno?
Where i dynoed mine the stock ones makes out around 160hp at sae scale or 168hp at DIN scale

Gen3 : Arata full exhaust , KN air filter , 520 DID Renthal , oem Ecu converted to Race Kawasaki Ecu , milled ported head , Kent camshafts , lowered , Pk shifter , 14k rev limiter . Ecu tuned by TRE ( mr Balogiannis)

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Its part number is KA-1008. I did not know that there are multiple K&N air filters available to this bike.

Thanks, that's the street filter. The race filter is KA-1008R.

Great Numbers man!
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Thanks, that's the street filter. The race filter is KA-1008R.
Worth spending some extra money on the R version of the K&N filter, or should I leave it as-is?
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