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    Smile Let The Modifications Begin,.

    Hello all, so after having my stock 2011 fzs for 18 hrs, it is time to begin modifications.
    Here is the 1st mod:
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    Ta-Da,. easy access to the flush line.

    Keeping and eye on things:
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    Starting Off with the A/F, Boost, and PET-2500 Tachometer to keep an eye on things, get some baseline readings, and see how performance progresses with upcoming modifications

    Next:
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    FZ BOV Kit.. trying my best to preserve that S/C clutch..

    ALSO Received:
    RIVA Yamaha 1.8L Engine Breather Upgrade Kit,
    RIVA Intake Manifold Upgrade Kit,
    FZR Billet Ride Plate Insert Kit.

    On The Way:

    R&D YAMAHA SHO/FZR ENGINE / INTERCOOLER COOLING KIT
    R&D YAMAHA FZR/FZS AQUAVEIN INTAKE GRATE
    R&D Pump Seal Kit for R&D FZ intake grate
    R&D SHO Anti-Cavitation Cone
    RIVA SHO / FZ Free Flow Exhaust Kit
    Jim's Moded VX Ride Plate

    Later:
    R&D SHO/FZR Water-Cooled Supercharger System
    RIVA FX-SHO/FZ Power Cooler Kit
    ReFlash...
    Impeller Upgrade....

    How am i doing here? all and any feedback is greatly appreciated as always.
    Thanks.


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    Sweet. On the rideplate inserts, don't remove the stock exhaust outlet when installing.... otherwise you wont be able to install the insert.

    On the BOV (I have the same one) keep it as clean as possible, you dont want any corrosion on the inside.

    You are going to be on the limiter with the mods you listed, I recommend a new prop or repitching the stocker.

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    Thanks for the tip mike. I will install gauges first, and then one mod at a time to track the performance of each mod.

    I also ordered: Rad4Racing Yamaha 1800 Intake Manifold Isolator, figure while i have the manafold off for the ribbon removal, i will add the isolator. I have read the controvercial tread about it, as people bickered about the performance aspect of it, but i see it as beneficial none the less.
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...light=isolator

    Will be a fun rest of summer.

    M

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