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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-28-2012, 04:38 AM Thread Starter
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my 07 zx6r since adding the turbo is lowered but still lifting alot, i ordered the extended swingarms for it and see on other stretched bikes they lift up still, if i go 9 inches is that too much
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you should be fine with that much wb.
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had to give up on trying to get this turbo going. no help here on the west coast. changing pumps adding injectors fiddling with the fuel pressure. still the same problem. today was the last day of trying, i tried adding a boost controller and still stayed at 2pds with a 5 pd spring. Looks like back to n/a
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Have you contacted any of the bigger shops that deal with turbos for help. Most are more than willing to help. If not, here are a few that I deal with that might be helpful:
Orient Express
Brocks Preformance
Schnitz Racing
They may be able to get you in the right direction and at least figure out the problems your having.

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had to give up on trying to get this turbo going. no help here on the west coast. changing pumps adding injectors fiddling with the fuel pressure. still the same problem. today was the last day of trying, i tried adding a boost controller and still stayed at 2pds with a 5 pd spring. Looks like back to n/a
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trying to get ahold of someone on here is tough they take days or weeks to respond
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does the nipple on the fpr work like a fmu. i see so many people not using it, does it give better reading
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wow 4 months and no reply is the fmu and fpr overkill even tho the fmu is non adjustable
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Try psycobike. They are nothing but drag bikes there


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