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  1. Hi, I starting custom project on my VFR 04 (painting, powder coating, ceramic coating, resticker, and lot of aftermarket stuff.) Now the problem is - full exhaust system (no Cat) + ceramic coating - done - K&N filter - done -BAZZAZ Z-Fi fulel controler. Just recived package from solomoto. Anyone have opinion and konwledege about it? I dont see any map's for it. There is a lot information about PCIII (Timindy Map for example - ideal for my configuration) but nothing about Bazzaz. Dyno will be nececerly i Think. Sorry for my englisch one more time - but..try spoken and writen in polisch - it will be fun ;)
  2. The Rapid Bike Racing Kit is now in production and available for all VFR800 VTEC models. Confirmation of 5th and 8th gen use will be made later on. The Rapid Bike Racing features self mapping through the factory O2 sensors. It has full ignition advancing control, Advanced 18 way adjustable Quick shifter control, Engine braking adjustment and RPM limiter extension of 1000 RPMs if requested. http://rapidbike.us/t/categories/honda
  3. Hello everyone, I've got a few of questions that I'm sure someone will be able to help me with. I've just bought a second hand 2013 vfr1200f and was wondering if it still suffers from the timing retard issue. I've read in some places on the internet that it does and on some that it doesn't. I'm considering baying a Z-bomb and obviously don't want to if it's not necessary. Also, the only timing retard eliminator I can see available for the vfr1200f is the Bazzaz Z-bomb but from what I can gather the first three gears will all read 3. This isn't the end of the world but it's my first bike with a gear indication and it would be nice if it could still work as normal. So, I take it the gear inductor issue hasn't been solved by Bazzaz or anyone else? I've seen an X-tre that solves the issue but it's not available for the vfr Thanks for your help. Justin
  4. I just received my Rapid Bike 2 Module Friday and installed it yesterday. I've got some pictures and information on it, if anyone is interested. I already started a thread on vfrworld and I will post up the details here too if any of you guys are interested. The Rapid Bike module is a piggy back computer like the bazzaz and power commander but it has way more features and allows 3 dimensional mapping of both fuel and ignition curves. My Ignition map My fuel map
  5. They have the connectors and are getting ready to start shipping! Call Tracey at Bazzaz (909-597-8300, ext. 111). She is exceptionally nice and knowledgeable (her husband is a Jordan Suzuki mech. for Roger Hayden and works at Bazzaz in the off season). There are several of you ahead of me, but she expected mine to ship within a couple of weeks. I will put it on when I swap out those ratty OEM Bridgestones for my PilotRoad 3's over the winter. It will show 3rd gear in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, but that is a small price to get rid of the nanny throttle. You know, Kawasaki and Suzuki sell their big GT's mostly unrestricted. I fail to understand why Honda would do this instead of just installing traction control (I know, the new blue VFR's having traction control). I love this bike, but as their technological flagship, it should have had traction control, cruise control, saddle bags, etc. as standard OEM equipment in 2010 (especially at that MSRP.....I paid less than 2/3 MSRP). Ride safe. Mark Z-Bomb Honda VFR1200F 10-12
  6. I believe these are all with the stock pipe, and it's not clear from the naming what's going on in the first image; it may be just their baseline runs overlaid. ...if anyone understands "dyno lingo" let me know. lol These runs were done a while back when my bike had only 1700 miles on it. I can tell that the motor has woken up a bit since then so I'm looking forward to getting it back on the dyno with it fully broken in and the Akro pipe installed. Stock mapping (maybe the black line is with the Z-Fi unit and map): 1st gear with (black) and without (red) the Z-Bomb (removes 1st & 2nd gear limitations): 2nd gear with (black) and without (red) Z-Bomb: I'm told they have all the connectors for the Z-Fi unit, but are having some issues getting the right connectors for the Z-Bomb (hoping to be resolved in the next couple weeks). All this reaffirms what my butt tells me every time I hit the twisties (mostly all 2nd gear) ...WTF was Honda thinking with this BS limiting of the 1st & 2nd??? The way the power sags then comes on just SUCKS. For most of the twisty roads I've found in Southern California, 1st is just too short and 2nd is on the lugging side, which means you have to ride through that horrible trough constantly, usually pulling out of the apex of a turn. I can do it in 1st and stay up in the power band, but man talk about needing a LOT of throttle control! lol It's really a shame that Honda did this to cripple what is an otherwise very easy to handle 140-150hp bike. ...it really is borderline dangerous, and I can't wait to get it fixed permanently, even if it means having the gear indicator on the dash not working correctly anymore.
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