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post #21 of 34 (permalink) Old 12-09-2015, 10:14 AM
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post #22 of 34 (permalink) Old 12-09-2015, 01:17 PM
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But it's so.... ugly....
I never said they were pretty... Just good for decisively smoking Harleys, if that's your thing...

but actually it looks like the upcoming Ninja H2R will be the fastest production motorcycle around, reaching 210 MPH if you can turn the speed limiter off.

The Agusta F4 R312 is prettier and will do 194mph.
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If I was looking to add 30-40hp for about $5K, I'd go to a dealership and trade my bike in for a Monster 1200s.

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change the wheel set to carbon bst it won't be cheap but it will be one of the best mods you can do on an evo
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post #25 of 34 (permalink) Old 03-06-2016, 05:43 PM
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I ran with my CW slipon for 6 months without a remap/flash of the ECU. Bent a valve and while they had it I had them remap it. Took all the pops out, has ran great ever since (over a year ago).
just curious, how do you bend valves by adding an air filter and exhaust?

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just curious, how do you bend valves by adding an air filter and exhaust?
No idea. When I took the bike in for 7500 mile service I had one bent. Not attributing it to the exhaust of course, just mentioning that I had them flash the ECU while they had it in for a bent valve replacement.
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My Top Five Mods (I didn't stop here)

1. BST Wheels
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3. Pod Filters w Velocity Stacks
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5. Ti Bolts for all unsprung parts
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My Top Five Mods (I didn't stop here)
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3. Pod Filters w Velocity Stacks
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Since we are speaking of a 1100 evo, how would you do pod filters and stacks on it? Very interested to see pics/forum thread/specific aftermarket link?

Maybe you are thinking MWR, although their 1100 evo fitment is not a pod filter nor a stack?

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Since we are speaking of a 1100 evo, how would you do pod filters and stacks on it? Very interested to see pics/forum thread/specific aftermarket link?

Maybe you are thinking MWR, although their 1100 evo fitment is not a pod filter nor a stack?
Here's what I'm using on my S2R with an 1100s engine installed. Not sure whether you can do it on an EVO.

http://motowheels.com/i-7788067-cors...ntake-kit.html
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Here's what I'm using on my S2R with an 1100s engine installed. Not sure whether you can do it on an EVO.

http://motowheels.com/i-7788067-cors...ntake-kit.html
No fit on a Monster 1100 evo. Main difference being ABS module taking up the space needed for the stacks and pods.

Not saying it couldn't be done, but not with the MotoWheels kit. Check their fitment chart.
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