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    Fx Ho with Supercharger ?????

    Hellow members i have a friend of mine who is being asking me questions about installing a Supercharger from an FZR to his Fx HO. He wants to leave it stock just to have the pull and fun of supercharger. Now we know his going to have to modify clutch and probably reflash an Ecu. We want to know if the motor will hold a stock supecharger and any pros and cons. Thank you guys in advance


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    the HO requires machine work for the idler shaft that the sho motor already has, i was going to do the same thing, much easier said than done

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    Thanks Big john

    Maybe drilling for the idle shaft, but those things we know we gonna have to do some work, i was wondering what do you think about pistons ? Rods ? Stock compression would do being higher

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    keep the boost down , and remember you will have no knock sensor on the NA motor

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    Ok we have the supercharger and clutch, its going to be a nice project thanks for the help big john

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    I would think going turbo would be easier?

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    Not gonna be as reliable, since we are planning to run a stock computer and using same exhaust system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert_Fzr View Post
    Not gonna be as reliable, since we are planning to run a stock computer and using same exhaust system.
    So are you just planning on running a FPR to add more fuel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellow93 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Albert_Fzr View Post
    Not gonna be as reliable, since we are planning to run a stock computer and using same exhaust system.
    So are you just planning on running a FPR to add more fuel?
    Going to try with the stock ecu and FPR if it does not work then a reflash.

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    check your AFR before you do the supercharger install, its already pig rich from yamaha....

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