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Whats up my kawi bros...... I recently made a tread about building my bottom end and after doing my research and math it is just not in my interest to go that route. So im trying to see what can all be done to the head on my 2008 zx10r. Here is my mods list (Full Hindle exhaust, sprint air filter, healtech QS, flashed and tuned.) Now my plan is to build an AWESOME head with kawasaki intake race cam, gen2 stock exhaust cam (degreed), 45mm head gasket, and bazzaz fuel controller. I do plan on spraying a little 20-30 shot of NOS every blue moon for those BMW's:wink2:, so with the bazzaz i can have two maps one for spary and one for pump gas. so please let me know what all can be done to my head to gain performance

Thanks Again....:grin2:
 

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I’m probably not the one to give you correct answers but you’re going to get the same responses as before. Depending on how much money you want to throw at it. Mill the head, .018 or 45mm headgasket, cnc valve job, web or 3rd gen race cam, 2nd gen ex cam, Schnitz ecu flash for 13250 rev limit/not sure if bazzaz allows higher rev. Look into guys who epoxy port their intake or at least some porting unless you’re just going to have a shop port it or clean up/match each port after you get it mostly there. Exhaust and emissions/Kleene mod delete. Etc. and a fan switch for stop and go traffic due to heat lol.
 

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thanks for your input but one question what is epoxy porting the intake mean.
Epoxy Resin typically JB Weld, is use to re shape the inlet tracks in the cylinder to improve air flow rate (velocity porting) normally its applied in such way that it re shapes the inlet to accelerate the speed of flow so more AF is drawn in. The trick is to increase the flow without restricting the top end. Its more popular for track and road race engines than strip engines.
 

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been there, tried it....doesnt really work

I use the epoxy trick to fill in the low points where the head casting meets the pressed in valve seat...without a flow bench and such, i just keep to the original profile and "blueprint" everything.....sorta like the race manual describes.

Match the boots to the head, and make sure everything is silky smooth.

I also knife edge the intake splitter....make it as sharp as possible.
 
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