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06-12-2011 12:09 AM
Street Z vs 636 60 0n a stock 10 motor is nothing....there are people spraying twice that much on a stock motor. honestly...that being said if you run a 1/8th mile i would add 15% at wot and you will be fine for a little while but if you run 1/4 mile i would deff get a custome tune before you thought about it. It can / will run lean at the top of the track. also i dont know what spray setup you have but make sure your nitrous enters the box and hits the temp sensor in the back of the box until you get a tune...just my
06-01-2011 11:29 PM
jrzx10r thx guys we got a custom tune and the 60 on a stock motor yes it can be done
05-24-2011 11:35 PM
andrew1989
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Originally Posted by ke2012 View Post
ill take that map, need it for a start up/meantime before i take it to guhls motors to get ecu tuned!! pm sent 09zx10miami
Do yourself a favor and just wait for the custom tune. Each bike is different and there is no way to know how yours will act. I am not super familiar with nitrous on bikes. But, I know when you start pushing internals on anything you really need to be sure that everything is tuned properly before you begin running a large shot frequently.

If you do not want to wait at least start off with a smaller shot of nitrous and check your plugs. If everything is fine then move up slowly to your goal of 60. Here is some info on spark plug reading. Get good at this.

http://www.empirenet.com/pkelley2/sparkplugreading.html
05-17-2011 04:33 AM
ke2012
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Originally Posted by 09zx10miami View Post
I have a map for my 3rd gen ...at the time it had...full Arata...k/n pcv, block offs and a 40 shot ...if your interested pm me your email address and I will forward the map to you...
ill take that map, need it for a start up/meantime before i take it to guhls motors to get ecu tuned!! pm sent 09zx10miami
04-24-2011 06:37 PM
C.MUNSEY
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Originally Posted by seanc520 View Post
that motor is done with a 60 shot on a stock motor
i beg to differ on that...lol
04-14-2011 01:43 AM
stretched10R [QUOTE=seanc520;1626660 that motor is done with a 60 shot on a stock motor[/QUOTE]

I disagree. I had a 50 on mine for awhile. Ran it with only 10% fuel added on the wot coloum. The bottom end will hold a 60 fine with 15% fuel added. U will have to worry about the valve spring tho. U might float a valve. Just try it and see how it acts in the high rpm range.
04-09-2011 09:53 AM
seanc520 that motor is done with a 60 shot on a stock motor
04-08-2011 08:36 PM
dsabat
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Originally Posted by gazx10 View Post
valve springs, retainers, retard timing, no 93, progressive controller with window switch, and a good nitrous tuner for 60 shot.
That would be the smart way.
04-08-2011 08:09 PM
09zx10miami I have a map for my 3rd gen ...at the time it had...full Arata...k/n pcv, block offs and a 40 shot ...if your interested pm me your email address and I will forward the map to you...
04-08-2011 07:24 PM
gazx10
60 shot

valve springs, retainers, retard timing, no 93, progressive controller with window switch, and a good nitrous tuner for 60 shot.
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