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Hi, :D Is anyone running an FZR with an 1125 bigbore kit on it, if so what kind of results have they had........

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SBM regularly gets in the neighborhood of 175ish RWHP
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I have bought an superbikemike 1125 kit, its $2800.....and ported head is suggested. i think have the bike running in june, not before as still have to get the kit ready and shipped, etc.....anyway it give alone at least 25hp, with ported head, and other mod, easier to get 40hp more....

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WOOT!!!

Way to go Canappa...
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yes i think it will be fun as the guy solded me the fzr bought an 2004 gsxr 1000...so I just wait to meet him on the road and let him see how his old bike still rock!

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Excellent I'm glad to know that I am not the only nutter out there :cool I've allready got an FZR 1125 lump that I'm currently supercharging.
I'll be interested on how you get on Canappa..........

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Ok here goes, first pic posted showing 1125 kit in place :banana

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Sweet :cool

Looks fast :D

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cool.....hope to have mine soon, but I think have to wait end of next month to put my hand on it....italy is far from usa, and seem my kit isnt ready yet....

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Way to go, hope your kit turns up soon.

Next stage on the long road

Head re-worked and cleaned ready for re-assembly
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beautiful pics scar. very cool.
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great pics....cant wait to learn more of your results!

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Nice work on the head. Who may I ask, ported/cleaned it up?

Do you happen to have any before/after flow numbers?

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Adrian Mortimer of Mortimer Motorcycles in England. Very cool :cool person who knows his craft. :D

He is also one of the main people involved on the ongoing project of supercharging the bike.

Sorry I haven't currently got any before/after flow numbers, but I will be posting updates as to how the project progresses.

It's taken along time to get to this stage :sad, but now it's getting to the exciting bit. :banana

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I think this tells how old I really am...

my last flow numbers for my blown/n2o 302 small block ford I saved on a ibm 3480 catridge in ascii format circa 1993

sorry for off-topic post...but heck time flies

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John wrote:saved on a ibm 3480 catridge in ascii format
Did you use a TTY to type it in or a card punch ?

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He's too young for it to have been on a stone tablet.
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Is there a website link for the SBM kit? I want more info (duh, isnt that what we all crave anyways??? LOL)
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Image'd Superbike Mike and came up with...


http://builder2.bellsouth-hosting.net/c ... 68&2D10013


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djalbin wrote:
John wrote:saved on a ibm 3480 catridge in ascii format
Did you use a TTY to type it in or a card punch ?

Don
ibm dumb terminal while use jes and tso and where my JJS userid came from originally back in 1988 .....lol

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