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I don't know anyone who's tried it. If I ever see a 636 motor up for grabs on eBay I want to try that with it. MotoMan kicks ass, I've been reading that for years now.
 

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Since he uses epoxy to reduce the intake ports, is it easy enough to remove it in case you want to go back to stock, you think?
 

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From the Kawasaki website, on the 2004 ZX-6RR:

"To give racers and sportbike enthusiasts even more power, Kawasaki engineers changed the shape of the combustion chambers, redesigned the piston crowns and added molybdenum coating to the skirts to reduce friction and mechanical loss. In conjunction with these changes, intake ports are smaller to further increase induction velocity, intake valves are 0.5mm larger for better breathing at all rpm and camshaft profiles have been changed to produce more lift."

Seems the idea is catching on ...
 
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