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    Post Taking SVHO FZR to the next level

    My fzr has all the supporting mods plus reflash and iam seeing
    in our 50C summer heat 85mph @ 8400-8600 rpms.

    So now iam thinking to install a sick set of camshaft that any of the fast people recommend but the
    problem that I don't want to install a standalone ecu I want to stay with a good reflash that works with the aftermarket camshaft.





    Any recommendation for more speed in drag racing are welcomed.


    Thanks all
    Last edited by ElJanooby77; 12-26-2016 at 03:16 AM.


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    Before you decide on buying anything you need to figure out what kinda speeds you won't to run and then go from there

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    The lower the rpms the smaller the difference.19pound is another 100-150rpms or so

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    Quote Originally Posted by yol937 View Post
    Before you decide on buying anything you need to figure out what kinda speeds you won't to run and then go from there
    the camshaft will be installed for a sick idle and the speeds I need 87+

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    Quote Originally Posted by FXSlowKroozer View Post
    At low rpms the 19pound wheel is not much different another 100-150rpms or so
    but there is anydifference in the midrange? And how harsh it is on the clutch ?

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    You can do better with 19 wheel and 9100-9200 rpm need retainers at a minimum pick up more then cams will give you

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    ET has like 3 wheel designs they cut down to different boost levels so most of the wheels will have a similar feel to them.The mid range, top end, and harshness on the clutch will increase with the bigger the wheel gets.If you are looking for a more aggressive gain look into the 20.5 wheel its worth atleast 300+ rpms from where you are

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    Quote Originally Posted by FXSlowKroozer View Post
    ET has like 3 wheel designs they cut down to different boost levels so most of the wheels will have a similar feel to them.The mid range, top end, and harshness on the clutch will increase with the bigger the wheel gets.If you are looking for a more aggressive gain look into the 20.5 wheel its worth atleast 300+ rpms from where you are
    Are you sure about the 20.5 wheel because I didn't see it for sale for the svho?

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    Just pitch your prop to spin 8900 and your there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05NNJ1300R View Post
    You can do better with 19 wheel and 9100-9200 rpm need retainers at a minimum pick up more then cams will give you
    but I don't think the engine internals will last for long

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