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BIKELAND > FORUMS > ZX-14.com > Thread: Perth Dyno Day - how did Greggy's 2012 ZX-14R hold up against some tough competition? NEW TOPIC NEW POLL POST REPLY
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posted March 14, 2012 01:29 PM        
the busa was 2007 which would make it a 1st gen. busa
2nd gen busa makes about 20hp more,that would take it to 167 and with a full system and a tune add another 15hp = 182hp

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posted March 14, 2012 02:37 PM        Edited By: Oz Booster on 14 Mar 2012 21:40
And people do all sorts of things to the busa to improve them..... ....that don't.................... most common i have seen, is cut pink wire to derestrict, restricts it severely as it defaults to a safe N map
and bypassed clutch switch without pulling the reference wire from the ecu , puts it in the same N map with very basic fuel and ign mapping and low rpm limit

and welded up BTL and no extra spacer on clutch springs

should see 158-165hp on a gen 1 busa

Oh and i get to ride the new 14R on the 24th , local dealer is getting the demo bike

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