hello ,my question is ,on the 07 zx6r do you need the ignition module to run the quick shifter for the pc3
if so is it worth getting the race ecu? since youll already be able to adjust fuel and ignition ?
what im looking for is the hp ###s mention above and the quickshifter for track use only
one more thing do you have any experiance with the rapid bike module?
It's kind of a moot point because they no longer make them for the '04-'06 (I have some '05-'06's), but the U.S. bikes came retarded for noise restrictions. The kit ECU had a default "Race" map, and allowed you to program it. Your stock ECU is non-adjustable
Well places sell hem online but they are mostly msrp which is retarded high. I would suggest your work on your phone communication skills and call them up. Really nice people they are actually the reason this forum is here. Also mention your from kawiforums and you get a discount.
It depends on what you mean by the word PC. If you mean power commander then the answer is no. If you mean Personal computer and interface cable then the answer is yes. You need to adjust the setting on the kit ecu to tell it the ignition kill time and to turn it on setting wise.
well i was wondering if you could get race fairings and aftermarket rearsets, and possibly a braced swingarm. i know these parts were on the beet racing bike, but was wondering if they had come out with them commercially yet, and/or if you could get a lead on them, or something similar.
I have searched all over for lap times on this forum and nothing...
So can people please post there lap times at streets of willow, I am intrested in average track day riders times, not racers time, Im sure Kevin runs in the 1:18:00's Im no where near that!!! (I still want to know what you run...
Do you have a problem with your bike that you feel should be warrantied, but your dealer disagrees?
Bring it to me
If you're too far away, ship me the defective part(s)
If I agree that it should be warrantied, I'll get it covered and reimburse your shipping charges.
All you need to do is trust...
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