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04-08-2019 02:49 AM
giszo
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Last weekend I was at Slovakiaring, this means that some new video footage is on the way.
04-06-2019 12:49 AM
theatiss
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Finally had some time to put the GoPro videos together and upload them to YouTube.

The first test ride with the new bike was at the beginning of the week. All I can say is wow, I mean WOW!!! When I got WOT in the straight at first, I was scared like hell... was not prepared to what happened. Just grabbed the handlebars as much as I could to stay alive.

It will still take some time to do suspension fine tuning and getting used to the bike totally, but my first impressions are real good.

Here is some footage: Pannonia-Ring - 2019.04.01. - 16:20 - YouTube
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04-05-2019 03:05 AM
giszo Finally had some time to put the GoPro videos together and upload them to YouTube.

The first test ride with the new bike was at the beginning of the week. All I can say is wow, I mean WOW!!! When I got WOT in the straight at first, I was scared like hell... was not prepared to what happened. Just grabbed the handlebars as much as I could to stay alive.

It will still take some time to do suspension fine tuning and getting used to the bike totally, but my first impressions are real good.

Here is some footage:
04-04-2019 10:43 PM
theatiss
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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
LOL i normally use the dyno at BSD which is a 250i, reason being that's the dyno MCN use so it's a good baseline to the figures you read in the MCN. But I am out in Belgium this year for the year so I used this guys dyno over the border in Holland. Its reading high for sure that's the only reason I posted it up. No it's not a stock engine only a stock bore, lightened balanced and edged crank, G4 pistons rods throttle bodies, decked and ported head, WSB inlet valves & G4 exhaust valves, I machined the head for +1mm inlet buckets and with some dremel work got the Kent Kawi 35's in at 112-112 it's torque curve that makes it absolute bliss! But I did a similar build with Kent 32's which did 190 at BSD I think this around 195 realistically. The dyno guys say it's The same power as a 2019 KRT out the crate. 😏 I'm not so sure but I only posted this to raise the point all dynos are different.
G4 throttle bodies works good for you ??i am about to do the same plus lightening and balancing the crankshaft.
I also have a KRT gearbox to drop in.
What’s the difference between gen3 -4 exhaust valves??flow gains?
My goal is to make same power as the 2021 Zx10r out the crate 😜😜😂😂😂
04-04-2019 07:17 AM
michael4012
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Originally Posted by michael4012 View Post
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
LOL i normally use the dyno at BSD which is a 250i, reason being that's the dyno MCN use so it's a good baseline to the figures you read in the MCN. But I am out in Belgium this year for the year so I used this guys dyno over the border in Holland. Its reading high for sure that's the only reason I posted it up. No it's not a stock engine only a stock bore, lightened balanced and edged crank, G4 pistons rods throttle bodies, decked and ported head, WSB inlet valves & G4 exhaust valves, I machined the head for +1mm inlet buckets and with some dremel work got the Kent Kawi 35's in at 112-112 it's torque curve that makes it absolute bliss! But I did a similar build with Kent 32's which did 190 at BSD I think this around 195 realistically. The dyno guys say it's The same power as a 2019 KRT out the crate. 😏 I'm not so sure but I only posted this to raise the point all dynos are different.
04-04-2019 07:17 AM
michael4012
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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?
I beleive the difference is noticable, I have never had the road filter, so can only quote others on that. Visually it makes sense that the thinner gasket will flow better.
04-04-2019 05:05 AM
giszo
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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?
04-04-2019 04:59 AM
Boxtradamus
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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!
04-04-2019 01:11 AM
theatiss
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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
04-03-2019 01:37 PM
michael4012
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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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