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Can you use the KTRC (traction control) on the ZX-14R and/or ZX-10R even if you attach a Power Commander V (PCV)?
I've followed your progress on the 2012 ZX-14R. The ECU mod put up great numbers, so why use a Power Commander? The ECU mod removed the top speed limiter and still provides a great a/f ratio from the Dyno sheets I have seen.
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
I recently purchased a ZX-14R clutch mod but could not get the nut off despite trying with rag, glove, trying to wedge something to keep it from spinning, applying heat, etc. I was using impact wrench and 27mm going in reverse (left). It did not want to
2012 Kawasaki ZX14R with CT dual quiet core, ECU with Brock flash, PCV with pump gas street map. My problems are bike stuttering when I cruise around 3000 to 5000rpm. When this happened it sounded as if it is going to a near deceleration pop ( I had the PAIR block with the red cap provided). The bike also increase fuel consumption overall. My question: 1: is it normal? Because no problem with high rev (rpm) 2: is it the cause of leakage? Due to Improper mount of the exhaust by my mechanic? 3: should I change to race air filter to minimize or solve the problem? ( I already ordered from you waiting for shipment) 4: my bike is California spec. Should I get rid of the charcoal canister? 5: in Taiwan we have 98 and 95 gasoline , Kawasaki recommended using 95 and above. I always use 98, should I change to 95? 6: could it be due to the PCV map corrupted because of improper map loading?
For a 2013 zx14r. Which exhaust (full or slip on) is street legal in California? What is the weight savings and HP gain? Does it also require power commander? Thanks!
If I don't want to put your exhaust and pc5 on my ZX-14R at this time, can I still flash the ecu on the stock bike to get rid of the safe mode and increase the max rpm etc.?
I want to buy the loudest and best performance exhaust for my 2012 zx 14r. Please tell me should I put the Alien Head 2 in 14" or 20"?
The shift light on the 2012 ZX-14R can only be set to a max of 11,000 rpm. The ECU flash that you offer raises the rev-limiter, so does the flash also give you the ability to set the shift light past 11,000 rpm?
ECU reflash shift light
Would the dual ShortMeg slip-on system for the Kawasaki ZX-14R be considered street legal in TN?
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