What are the advantages of removing these? I've seen some guys who have done it. I ride on the street and take it to the strip as well. My bike is a 04 Zx10. Thanks guys
I'm looking into creating a webinar on how to properly use the search functions. There will be a 4-hour refresher for veteran members and a 2-day introductory course for new members. Stay tuned.Holy shite....does no one know how to use a search button?
:crackup: hey what's the best gearing for these bikes?? :lol:I'm looking into creating a webinar on how to properly use the search functions. There will be a 4-hour refresher for veteran members and a 2-day introductory course for new members. Stay tuned.
I'll tell you, but only if you tell me what tires I should get?
You two guys are going to have to go to my "Search Mini-Boot Camp". It'll be an intense week of training.Which is the best exhaust for my 10R? Also how come my 10r will barely pull up the front end when I make it sound like "yut ughh"?
:crackup: :spit: dude you should totally try it!! While your at it you should run a straight fuel line directly into your tb's along with a hairdryer for the perfect mixture of fuel and air! Perfect!! :lol: you don't need injectors anyway I mean seriously have you seen how small the holes are on them? :mrgreen:All kidding aside, everyone talks about pulling their secondary butterflies, but has anyone ever tried to pull out the primaries yet? This would make more power I would think since they are further down in the throttle body. :dontknow: If someone pulled both the primaries and the secondaries, the air and fuel would have an unrestricted, straight shot to the combustion chamber. And it would save some weight.