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Does Brock's Performance provide Dry Nitrous Map Support?
 
I run a GSX-R1000 K3 with one of your clutch cushion kits. My question is, can the cushion kit handle a 40 dry shot of nitrous?
 
After my ride today I noticed that the end of my exhaust pipe was wet with a very watery substance. Normally it is dry more like soot. I was wondering what could this be caused by?
 
I was planning to set up my 08 Busa exactly how I had my 03 because I was so happy with its performance. Stock motor, your mods, street pipe, 6" over arm, 16 42 gearing, 40 hp dry kit =9.0s @154 1.50s 60' (I weigh 220 in shorts) but with the new 08 (stroke) I'm unsure??? Any advice would be GREAT!
 
I have the Muzzy Dry shot system on my ZX-14 with a Schnitz window switch. I have it set up to come on at 97% TPS and 8250 to 11000rpm. The flies are removed,and I have a BMC Filter. For Drag events I have been using an Australian made Race Fuel Martini 110 (Ron 109.6, Mon 100, SG .840,Oxygen 3.5%.)I have used the Dry Shot at one event and I added 10% more fuel at 100% TPS from 8 to 11000 rpm on my current map. Would you suggest that I remove the nitrous? Which map would you suggest I use for the track with or without the Nos? Could I use leaded fuel in the bike just for drag events?
 
Of the street map, race map and maxton map, which could I use for the track with a 30 shot dry kit on my ZX-14?
 
I just installed Brocks ct dual full system on my 2013 zx14r. it had a pcv with an all 0 map in it.(dealer installed as well as alien head slippons I replaced with the full system) I road it to work (40 miles each way) for 2 days, and played with all types of standing starts,roll-ons, etc and was grinning from ear to ear. I received three maps from Brocks, street pump gas---track pump gas---, and track race gas. We installed the street pump gas map at work were I have multiple laptops and a computer guru(which I am not). I then road the 40 miles home trying to make legitimate comparisons to the "no map" acceleration test from the two days before. I realize that seat of the pants can be deceiving, but I've been riding and racing for 54 years. With that said, the bike now seems to be fluffy or soft between about 3000 and 5500 rpm in roll-ons. If you leave hard from a standing start it seems to pull right through. I know the flies can enter into this, but why would it seem to do better with "no map" than the street map. It was rainy and very humid that first day of test. I rode to work, today, it is cool and dry it and "seemed" to do much better.Should I try the pump gas race map, is my seat of the pants dyno all wrong, could the weather affect it that much, your thoughts and or your instructions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time and consideration. cordially, Robby Byrd
 
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