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burton


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posted June 28, 2012 06:58 AM        
secondary throttle plates removal?

i have a 2012 zx14r,blue in color,my question is if i remove the throttle plates will i notice any deference in performance anywhere in the power band? on brocks website they lost about 2 hp at the top end. my bike has had the front fork tubes slid up about 3/4 of a inch, also has adjustable lowering links on the rear, muzzy 4 into one exhaust ,pcv with a custom map. any help would sure be appreciated. thanks little Burt

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toledoUPSguy


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posted June 28, 2012 08:08 AM        
I've got a question on this too. On brock's site it shows a big lean area on the dyno with the flies removed till remapped. But if I remember reading correctly Smokin ran his with the flies removed without being remapped and had no issues.

my bike has the stock pipe and mufflers for now. trying not to tick the wife too much with a boat load of extras since she isn't too please with the bike purchase in the first place but she does know it will be on the track next year. with the stock mufflers can i yank the flies without adding a powercommander?
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chromedout12r


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posted June 28, 2012 01:58 PM        
I beleive with the new ECU reflash there is no need to remove the flies
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Bently


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2012 14r In Blue and no Mods!
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posted June 28, 2012 02:09 PM        
quote:
I've got a question on this too. On brock's site it shows a big lean area on the dyno with the flies removed till remapped. But if I remember reading correctly Smokin ran his with the flies removed without being remapped and had no issues.

my bike has the stock pipe and mufflers for now. trying not to tick the wife too much with a boat load of extras since she isn't too please with the bike purchase in the first place but she does know it will be on the track next year. with the stock mufflers can i yank the flies without adding a powercommander?


I wouldn't the bike runs to damn good with your stock exhaust and flies in to do that IMO.

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