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    Honda VFR750F 1997, Kawasaki ZX6R 2006

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  1. Yamaha's mt07/xsr700/tenere700/tracer700 is a crossplane parallell twin which sounds amazing and is actually quite fun and torqy with its 70 whp and about the same torque (Nm). So I wouldn't be upset per se by a paralell twin, but the characteristics would need to be right.
  2. And it is a parallell twin not a V4... So not really anything like the VFR.
  3. The cost of parts does not go down over the years as the cost of a used bike unfortunately. Sounds like normal price for stator and r/r to me.
  4. Do you have a second set of used clutch plates with less miles on them? If so it is up to you... Might as well
  5. Taking off the cover is not really "in there" for a clutch swap. No point in switching out the clutch when it isn't worn out. If you want you can take out the clutch and measure the wear according to manual specs and change the clutch if it is on the last stretch. Otherwise I wouldn't bother.
  6. I would rather have boost pressure and intake temperatures, those are the main contributors to horsepower. While air/fuel numbers for safety, a bit fatter mixture for boost applications. Egt is for diesel applications [emoji28], there is a preferred Egt for petrol as well of course, but it has to be taken rather near the cylinder exit if I don't remember incorrectly. Sent from my ELE-L29 using Tapatalk
  7. Yea thought that would be the case. Not many people skilled enough to read hex code and decifer them to make an actual readable software to tune ecus or tune them directly. I got my zx6r ecu flashed with a Dynotune last year through Woolich software, but as you say they focus on volume bikes the most. Sent from my ELE-L29 using Tapatalk
  8. Ahh, you changed that as well, that makes much more sense then. Is there no way to tune the ecu directly for the VFRs?
  9. Really interesting that you pull that much out from it with increased air into the mix. You would think that an increased air to fuel ratio would warrant increased fuel to compensate.
  10. Dritfett med tvungen pustehjelp! Antar du er Nødset på YouTube med vfr med supercharger. Awesome project you have here! Any special goals in mind for now, or are you just doing a tune up? Have you driven the bike with 183whp for 10 years without any major trouble? Sent from my ELE-L29 using Tapatalk
  11. Sure just pop on over to Norway to get it [emoji23][emoji1189]It is in pretty good condition, 82k km (51k miles), some minor scuffs and cracks in right side fairing from a very low speed drop. Last owner was a colleague of mine who bought a brand new Honda cb500xa and just wanted to get rid of it, practically throwing it after me. He did most of the maintenance very recently, so the bike is in good shape mechanically as well. Allready started ordering parts, bought a full tyga performance exhaust for it among other things. [emoji16] Sent from my ELE-L29 using Tapatalk
  12. Thanks! A big improvement over the lime green original color [emoji1] You can't even see the real shine which pops with the metal flakes in the sun, in the pictures. It's called Petronas evergreen, a Mercedes Benz color, I don't know what they have actually used the color for, but I think I saw it on the side of the formula 1 Mercedes car, as a stripe... Sent from my ELE-L29 using Tapatalk
  13. My newly acquired vfr 750 F 1997, which I'm planning on streetfightering this winter. And my customized, heavily modded and painted kawasaki zx6r 2006 Sent from my ELE-L29 using Tapatalk
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