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Posted: 6/10/2001 10:25:21 AM EDT
Here's a pic of the Tromix shop bike. FZR1000 equiped with a nitrous oxide injection system. Sporting twin, two pound bottles at the rear. I have had this bike nearly 15 years and it is still running strong. I used to run it in the 1/8 mile and it would do 6.5 sec at 122mph. Thats in an 1/8 mile, not a 1/4 and with no wheelie bar. Its had about 10 clutch changes however. [img]http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1531281&a=11594755&p=50133749&Sequence=0&res=high[/img]
Link Posted: 6/10/2001 10:34:01 AM EDT
Nothing stock is just good enough for you, is it?!?!? NOTE:That is a compliment,life would be dull if AR's only came in .223!!!! [:D]
Link Posted: 6/10/2001 11:09:19 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 6/10/2001 11:07:54 AM EDT by dmuldrew]
kicks butt! One of my previous Harleys had a N2O system on it. Very cool and fast. My next is in the planning stage. 131 cu inche engine with a turbocharger [whacko] wooooohoooooo!!!!! edited because I'm too stupid to follow directions.
Link Posted: 6/10/2001 1:05:23 PM EDT
I had a "Sneaky Pete" setup on a Yamaha YSR50, bored to a 68cc, does that count for anything?[:D] Of course it didn't last long, but it was fun while it lasted.
Link Posted: 6/10/2001 1:33:49 PM EDT
You ever take it to Thunder Valley in Noble? Not much use for a canyon carver in Oklahoma, about the only twisty roads are the freeway onramps! If you are burning up clutch baskets I suggest that you have Falicon Racing make you up a clutch hub and basket out of billet aluminum. I had a 90 FZR1000 that made a tad under 143 rwhp, after it ate the stock clutch basket I bought one of the Falicon units and a Barnett Clutch pac and never had a problem with the clutch after that. [url]http://www.faliconcranks.com/pc/cl.htm[/url] You can cross drill the stock clutch basket and hub to insrease oil flow, on stock FZR1000's this is the hot tip. Most of the problems with the FZR1000 clutchs come from either putting too much of a power load on the clutch or not getting enough oiling from the stock oil passages. That's a clean 87 FZR1000!
Link Posted: 6/10/2001 3:43:10 PM EDT
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