affordable mod - fit a factory pro carb kit

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affordable mod - fit a factory pro carb kit

Postby NinjaMan » 27 Dec 2008, 13:49

the best tweak i have made to my motor at an affordable price was to fit a factory pro carb kit, do the airbox mod and junk the emissions contraption and also fitted a factory pro 4degree ignition advancer.it now has a crisper throttle response and dances on the back wheel more easily..
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Re: affordable mod

Postby jazz » 27 Dec 2008, 14:13

That sounds good. I think a article about that mod would be grate.

At the moment my acceleration is not that good. In first of opening the throttle, it takes between 2 - 4 seconds for the RPM to get to the top.

Any suggestions
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Re: affordable mod

Postby NinjaMan » 27 Dec 2008, 14:36

these motors are notorious for running rich the best bet is to fit the factory pro kit do not get the dynojet kit they are pants.the pro kit will clean up the part throttle response as they supply new emulsion tubes with this kit.this kit is designed to work with stock airbox and stock exhaust system or a good quality aftermarket system.
Jazz bear with me for a short while and i will sort pics and info for article for you
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Re: affordable mod

Postby memphetic » 27 Dec 2008, 16:31

Wow, jazz, is that two to four seconds under no load at all?? That can't be good, my bike revs in under a second
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Re: affordable mod

Postby skiller » 27 Dec 2008, 17:25

where would you get a factory pro kit from?
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Re: affordable mod

Postby jazz » 27 Dec 2008, 20:24

Who ever gets a kit. Please make an article. I have to estimatemate if I can beat a car now when entering a roundabout. :(
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Re: affordable mod

Postby indie » 29 Dec 2008, 14:38

mines a 2001 zx7 with the airbox mod, emissions crap all gone, 4 degree advancer, aka full system and several other tasty mods, a friend has a standard 1999 zx7 the difference in performance and rideablility is unreal
full akaprovic system, float bowl mod, ignition advancer, slipper clutch, maxton reworked forks, s/s braided lines, double bubble screen, 2005 blade rear end with carbon seat cover, rearset adjusters, rear hugger, zx6r b1h mirrors mated to zx7r bases
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Re: affordable mod

Postby jazz » 29 Dec 2008, 16:10

That sounds good. :):):)
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Re: affordable mod

Postby essex ninja » 30 Dec 2008, 13:54

Factory pro kit can be hard to find in UK but give http://www.straightlineracing.co.uk a look. :)

mines a 96 P1 with FP carb kit, air box and floatbowl mod, K+N filter, +4 deg Advancer, Full BSB spec Akropovic, Harris carbon air ducts.
ninjaman is spot on FP kit is the only kit worth having, put one one your christmas list..doh.. :(
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Re: affordable mod

Postby maxthedog » 04 Jan 2009, 12:53

jazz wrote:That sounds good. I think a article about that mod would be grate.

At the moment my acceleration is not that good. In first of opening the throttle, it takes between 2 - 4 seconds for the RPM to get to the top.

Any suggestions

jazz it aint you carbs mate...check out the chain and carriers on your sprockets for a start...if it was a carb prob there would be lag all through the range...
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