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lazarosp


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posted June 24, 2012 09:04 AM        Edited By: lazarosp on 24 Jun 2012 16:05
Greetings from Greece

Hello everyone, I am Lazaros from Greece and I own a 07' ZX14 with the following mods:
full exhaust 4 into 1 TiForce
DNA air filter
power commander III with ignition module and quick shifter
g-pack over 3
wiseco pistons
muzzys camshafts, cam sprockets and valve springs
ported head
46mm throttle bodies
higher volume fuel pump
removed counterbalancers
high volume oil pump gear
muzzys radiator fan
I never drag raced it yet but the previous owner did and made 1/4m 9,2sec.
Here are some dynos all of them on a Dynojet 200i




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posted June 24, 2012 09:06 AM        
quote:
Hello everyone, I am Lazaros from Greece and I own a 07' ZX14 with the following mods:
full exhaust 4 into 1 TiForce
DNA air filter
power commander III with ignition module and quick shifter
g-pack over 3
wiseco pistons
muzzys camshafts, cam sprockets and valve springs
ported head
46mm throttle bodies
higher volume fuel pump
removed counterbalancers
high volume oil pump gear
muzzys radiator fan
I never drag raced it yet but the previous owner did and made 1/4m 9,2sec.
Here are some dynos all of them on a Dynojet 200i




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Glad to have you.

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smokinstorm


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posted June 24, 2012 09:58 AM        
Welcome. Good looking dyno sheet. Somebody chime in but does the A/F look a tad lean for real world riding with the ram air effect? I thought they had to be tuned a little richer to compensate for the ram air effect.
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KoflaOlivieri


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posted June 24, 2012 10:05 AM        
Welcome to the forum! Have any bike pics?
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lazarosp


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posted June 24, 2012 10:59 AM        Edited By: lazarosp on 24 Jun 2012 17:59
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Welcome to the forum! Have any bike pics?











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lazarosp


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posted June 24, 2012 11:06 AM        
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Welcome. Good looking dyno sheet. Somebody chime in but does the A/F look a tad lean for real world riding with the ram air effect? I thought they had to be tuned a little richer to compensate for the ram air effect.

Well this is my biggest problem. I was going to ask you what would be the best AFR for real world riding (not on the dyno)? I am going to buy a power commander-v and the wide band 2 with the LCD-200 to make multiple maps on the street with the ram air effect and sent them to the power commander on the fly. I am so confused from what I read about the AFR, some say the best power comes with 13.5 some others say 13 and others 12.8/12.6 all these on the street. What should I do?

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posted June 24, 2012 09:58 PM        Edited By: BLK ICE on 25 Jun 2012 04:59
Welcome, nice looking bike , I have found 12.8 works well for my stockmotor 07 zx14.
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epd345


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posted June 24, 2012 10:58 PM        
Great Pics/Bike. Welcome aboard Captain
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lazarosp


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posted July 15, 2012 06:34 AM        
I don't know why but for some reason my thread is double
http://www.bikeland.org/board/viewthread.php?FID=27&TID=68170&set_time=

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lazarosp


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posted August 09, 2012 04:56 AM        
quote:
Hello everyone, I am Lazaros from Greece and I own a 07' ZX14 with the following mods:
full exhaust 4 into 1 TiForce
DNA air filter
power commander III with ignition module and quick shifter
g-pack over 3
wiseco pistons
muzzys camshafts, cam sprockets and valve springs
ported head
46mm throttle bodies
higher volume fuel pump
removed counterbalancers
high volume oil pump gear
muzzys radiator fan
I never drag raced it yet but the previous owner did and made 1/4m 9,2sec.
Here are some dynos all of them on a Dynojet 200i




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Do you guys think that I will have any gains in HP if I replace my TiForce exhaust with a Muzzy M14 or a Brocks system?

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1badzx14


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posted August 09, 2012 05:44 AM        
nice looking 14 !!!!!

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pwshadow


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posted August 09, 2012 12:19 PM        
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Do you guys think that I will have any gains in HP if I replace my TiForce exhaust with a Muzzy M14 or a Brocks system?


Maybe but they wont be noticable. Especially compared to the cost. Maybe 2 horsepower at best. If you were replacing stock exhaust, that would be another story.

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dubious


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posted August 10, 2012 05:19 AM        
Nice bike Lazaros
what part of Greece you from?
My girlfriend is from Athens.

By the way, I would not run the forks pulled up in the triple clamps so much,
You will smash the oil pan / drain plug into the ground if you come down hard from a wheelie and the forks are raised more then about 5/8 inch.
You should check to make sure the horn is not being pushed into the radiator from the fender when the suspension compresses.
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lazarosp


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posted August 10, 2012 05:28 AM        
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Nice bike Lazaros
what part of Greece you from?
My girlfriend is from Athens.

By the way, I would not run the forks pulled up in the triple clamps so much,
You will smash the oil pan / drain plug into the ground if you come down hard from a wheelie and the forks are raised more then about 5/8 inch.
You should check to make sure the horn is not being pushed into the radiator from the fender when the suspension compresses.

I am far away from Athens, I am from Grevena (small town).
I pulled down the forks half an inch after the photos.Also I have modified my oil pan and the drain plug is located at the rear side of it now. I still have clearence issues with my Tiforce exhaust and this is why I want to replace it with a Brocks or Muzzy system.

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chuck a


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posted September 05, 2012 05:52 PM        
very nice, indeed
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posted September 05, 2012 11:57 PM        
Welcome
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lazarosp


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posted September 06, 2012 04:39 AM        
new dyno numbers & pics



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Kawifast


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posted September 06, 2012 03:39 PM        
Great pics and great looking pipe and bike!
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cliffrandall


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posted September 06, 2012 04:09 PM        
Great looking bike, thanks for the F/A graph - I'd love to see it with the ram-air effect at speed (IMO might be a little lean) available via the Dynojet Wideband option.........Cool race look tip #47 - loose the chain guard.
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lazarosp


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posted September 24, 2012 01:04 PM        
I am now running 17-41 gearing, any change at stock wheelbase will make any good or is it gonna be a wheelie machine?
What about extensions? How long? Am I losing power because of the longer chain? I do lot of roll ons too not only drag racing.

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posted September 24, 2012 04:58 PM        Edited By: smokinZX14 on 25 Sep 2012 00:00
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I am now running 17-41 gearing, any change at stock wheelbase will make any good or is it gonna be a wheelie machine?
What about extensions? How long? Am I losing power because of the longer chain? I do lot of roll ons too not only drag racing.
If all you do is roll on racing leave it stock wheel base .. 60 MPH roll from 2 gear ...Lean over the tank and grip it and rip it .. If you go to the track gear it 17/40 maybe even 17/39 .. That will help with the wheelys and let you get WOT faster ..
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lazarosp


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posted October 19, 2012 02:33 AM        
quote:
Hello everyone, I am Lazaros from Greece and I own a 07' ZX14 with the following mods:
full exhaust 4 into 1 TiForce
DNA air filter
power commander III with ignition module and quick shifter
g-pack over 3
wiseco pistons
muzzys camshafts, cam sprockets and valve springs
ported head
46mm throttle bodies
higher volume fuel pump
removed counterbalancers
high volume oil pump gear
muzzys radiator fan



I am thinking to go on a turbo kit from MR Turbo stage 1.
What do I have to change on my motor?

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lazarosp


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posted December 03, 2012 12:51 AM        
I just bought a new motor for my ZX14 and it is from a 2008 my last motor had many issues to continue with.
I want to upgrade this as well but without changing piston rods etc.
I now have 46mm tb TiForce full exhaust and a pc
What else do I need to be in the 200hp range streetable?
I don't want to diassemply the motor just bolt ons and cams i needed.

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vailes3705


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posted December 03, 2012 06:38 AM        
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+1...Little shot of juice will get ya there. Bout to go that route myself.
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