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 Post subject: Zzr1400
PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2012 5:37 pm 
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Hello to all, first post so be gentle!
I'm looking to fit a WON system to my bike - a 2010 zzr1400 and I'm wondering what experience anyone has with these bikes. Engine wise it's stock but with a full race system and a re map (had a remap instead of using power commander)
How much can the stock motor safely handle ?
I'm not using it on track, it's purely an adrenalin extraction tool and I'm looking for as stealthy an install as possible - currently modifying a spare seat to see how big a cylinder I can get under the rear seat cowl.
Any advise or suggestions greatly appreciated.

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 Post subject: Re: Zzr1400
PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2012 7:17 pm 
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Cheekymonkey wrote:
Hello to all, first post so be gentle!
Welcome to my forum and we're always 'polite' to people who make polite posts. ;)

I'm looking to fit a WON system to my bike - a 2010 zzr1400 and I'm wondering what experience anyone has with these bikes. Engine wise it's stock but with a full race system and a re map (had a remap instead of using power commander)
How much can the stock motor safely handle ?
We've done plenty of ZZRs so you should be good but the pistons are not the best in the world, so best to limit yourself to a 50 to 75 HP increase and make it progressive just to be safe.

I'm not using it on track, it's purely an adrenalin extraction tool and I'm looking for as stealthy an install as possible - currently modifying a spare seat to see how big a cylinder I can get under the rear seat cowl.
Any advise or suggestions greatly appreciated.
We can do you a special system for that style of induction system, which would be more suitable than the StreetBlaster range but I'd have to work the price out for that, so if you complete our contacts page and mark if for my attention, I'd do that for you ASAP.

http://www.noswizard.com/contact-us

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 Post subject: Re: Zzr1400
PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2012 8:46 pm 
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