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post #21 of 40 (permalink) Old 07-06-2005, 03:38 AM
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new reground racing cams
new H-11 tool steel valve springs and titanium retainers
surfaced/trued up the cylinder head
polished the cam bearing surface on the cams
blueprinted all bearings - rods , mains and cam caps
mirror polished the crank and rods

damn, that's sick dude, you probably added like 2 grand to your factory redline
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post #22 of 40 (permalink) Old 07-06-2005, 04:25 PM
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Is there someone who can reply to this question:

wrote software to flash the stock ECU - adjusted fuel , ignition curves and sub-throttle opening points


How can you rewrite the software to flash the stock ECU?

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when they did it for me on my car they used a specific computer and ran it in the obd2 port. no clue on how this would be done to a bike.

a shop would know a way to do it.
for cars it's real easy to do but you really can't change anything on your own so it's almost worth it to run a piggy back computer or a even a stand alone if you like to tinker
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[u]Apparently ,Tberd doesn't want to say us how does he do to rewrite the software to flash the stock ECU?

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post #25 of 40 (permalink) Old 07-14-2005, 07:58 AM Thread Starter
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To get the thread back on track where it was before. The pistons from kawi are 475 for a set of 4 pistons then the pins and rings and such ontop of that. There's no way that kawi could charge 475 dollars per piston when the stock pistons are only 55 to 60, you would be able to buy 2 full sets of stock pistons before being able to buy one of the high compression pistons. I'm looking at getting this setup and putting it on my bike over winter when I replace the frame along with any other performance mods I can afford by then.
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post #26 of 40 (permalink) Old 07-16-2005, 09:20 AM
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[u]Apparently ,Tberd doesn't want to say us how does he do to rewrite the software to flash the stock ECU?

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Check your PM's Yvan . You have mail .
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post #27 of 40 (permalink) Old 07-16-2005, 09:34 AM
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One more quick question how did you reflash your ECU? Did you get the software and bring it to your tuner or what? Sounds like a nice alternative to a PC3.
Frankyoz ,

a friend and myself cracked the Kawasaki code in the stock ECU . I then made a data cable and flashed my ECU . Adjusted rev limit , sub throttle opening point , eliminated the servo motor and adjusted the timing and fuel curve all the way up the band .

I sold mine and several other friends PC3 USB's , Ivan's TRE and his servo eliminators . None of this was further needed . Everything was adjusted inside the ECU .

In short , I placed the bike on my Dynojet 250i dyno . Made a custom map . Transfered that to our software and flashed away .

To answer your other post I sold the bike . The dyno sheet went with it . I think I still have it on the Dynojet computer at the shop .

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hmmmmmmmmmmmmm, no pics or answers to questions.

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What is your question big daddy ? All mods are listed . Where did I lose you ?

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Frankyoz ,

a friend and myself cracked the Kawasaki code in the stock ECU . I then made a data cable and flashed my ECU . Adjusted rev limit , sub throttle opening point , eliminated the servo motor and adjusted the timing and fuel curve all the way up the band .

I sold mine and several other friends PC3 USB's , Ivan's TRE and his servo eliminators . None of this was further needed . Everything was adjusted inside the ECU .

In short , I placed the bike on my Dynojet 250i dyno . Made a custom map . Transfered that to our software and flashed away .

To answer your other post I sold the bike . The dyno sheet went with it . I think I still have it on the Dynojet computer at the shop .

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I'm gonna have to call bull shit on that one. "I sold the bike and the dyno sheet went with it" and "i made software to reflash the ecu" There's only 1 way I would believe that and that's if I saw it happen.

Here's the price list for the pistons, part numbers and everything. The only 2 parts that come as a set are the connecting rods and the pistons themselves.


ZX10R Pistons

Piston 13001-0061
474.08
Piston Pin 13002-0008
76.02
Piston Rings 13008-0019
33.87
Circlip 92033-1161
2.40
Connecting Rod 13251-0015
446.99
Connecting Rod Bushings 92139-0109(blue) / 0111(brown)
20.32
Use standard snap ring
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I'm gonna have to call bull shit on that one. "I sold the bike and the dyno sheet went with it" and "i made software to reflash the ecu" There's only 1 way I would believe that and that's if I saw it happen.

Here's the price list for the pistons, part numbers and everything. The only 2 parts that come as a set are the connecting rods and the pistons themselves.


ZX10R Pistons

Piston 13001-0061
474.08
Piston Pin 13002-0008
76.02
Piston Rings 13008-0019
33.87
Circlip 92033-1161
2.40
Connecting Rod 13251-0015
446.99
Connecting Rod Bushings 92139-0109(blue) / 0111(brown)
20.32
Use standard snap ring
Yeah you got me 600 rider . I never even owned a 10R , lol . The pictures I did post up last year were all created in Microsoft Paint .

Can I get a price check on that $1.49 loaf of bread ? $74.95 you say zx6rr rider , LOL .

lmao
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