mick41zxr's 72 BHP L1

Who's zxr400 is kicking out the most BHP? show off your mods and your dyno printouts.

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mick41zxr's 72 BHP L1

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Spec:

First run of 57.6 BHP
std engine
32mm Carb's
4-2-1 exhaust

Second curve is Race bike giving 71.73 BHP
kit exhaust
kit airbox
FCR's
30mm stacks
lightly ported head
no base gasket
SP cams dialled in

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where's the proof? :pmsl
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Links to parts?
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Check the date the thread was started.....
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Goddamnit! Bet the parts arent around anymore.
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Building a solid engine is not about an internet check list. It's about integrating the correct parts at the appropriate settings. Not just magnesium this & titanium that. E.g throwing in a set of lumpy cams will to fukc all if you don't has appropriate length in inlet & exhaust tracks & dialed in to suit.
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I get you! I figured if I got the right stuff together and set fine tuned their clearances, settings etc on a dyno, I could find the right mix that works
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Grab some books & spend some time at the track, try & get an understanding on what makes a bike work. Slot of parts are on race bikes for the advertising factor. Look close at some of the national level bikes & there are a surprising amount of standard parts on them. Try & avoid bling for the sake of it.
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hm ok :)
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My L3 is putting out just over 75 BHP on Dynatechs dyno. :smt001
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HOW?!
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Bottom end is totally standard, standard pistons, liner skirts are modified, running a Bob Farnham ported head with Kent cams, programable ignition, MHP exhaust system.
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