Pistons if avail. would be from JE or Weisco. Cams if avail from Yosh or WebCam. I believe Attack perf. may now have some 10r motor parts available. Another person who might help, is Kelley Robertson, in Texas. I have lost his ph #(ask for that phone number on the "help me beat pesky" thread) Kelley's conservative motor building philosophy has yielded great motors that don't break. His head work is consistently top notch. Happy motoring!jburmeister said:Looking for information on pistons and cams for 04 ZX10R, so if anyone has anything please let me know!!!!!
A normally aspirated motor will almost never have the hp potential of a turbo. Don't dispair, your 10r will respond very well to a good pipe, and properly tuned power commander. If in your area you have access to a dyno that has the auto tuning link (dyno jet only-I think) you can produce a map that not only takes into account your choice of pipe, but it will also compensate for production variables that your particular motor may have. Happy motoring.jburmeister said:Aftermarket. Looking into seeing how much I can get without turboing the bike (I still like to do standups
TEASE!!! Keep us updated. I may wait to pull the motor untill some "stuff" is available.Top Shelf said:Kawaski is releasing a "race kit" that will have engine parts available. I have talked with a few people about it and the stuff is almost all in the us. They are catalogging it right now and should be available some time next month. I know there are pistons, cams, as well as several other VERY trick pieces.
There have been 'kit' parts available BUT not pistons & cams (big diff). Through my emails with Ryan Schnitz the kit ECU isn't worth the xtra $$$$.GoFaster said:There have been race kit parts around for some time. (My side-mount steering damper bracket was a race-kit part.) But the trouble has been that actually ordering and getting these parts has been like pulling teeth!! Dealers had no access to the part numbers and couldn't order on those part numbers even if they had them. You basically had to "know somebody" in order to get them ... that's how I got that part. The one exception has been that thin head gasket, and the trick ECU with its programming $oftware. (and I $pelled $oftware with a "$" for a rea$on ... $ $ $ ! ! !)
Are they going to make life easier, and hopefully le$$ expen$ive?? Sure would be nice.