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My W.I.P 98 ZX6R


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The bike came to me as an unfinished project. And not very well done I might add.


I've re routed the ram air after it was de-faired and jist left. Connected to the new pipework are 2 cone filters which fit on the holes left from the defairing.

She runs much better now. Especially under mid range throttle.


Carb balancing kit is my next purchase.


I'll keep you updated

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Those filters are... interesting. :-)


You might find replacing them with air rams and sticking a larger (or original) box under the tank gives you performance gains - especially at speed.

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Those filters are... interesting. :-)


You might find replacing them with air rams and sticking a larger (or original) box under the tank gives you performance gains - especially at speed.

 

Haha, i know what you mean. The filters and pipework, were a quick, cheap, solution to having no ramair at all.

once the jobs that need doing are done, they may well change for air rams.


The bike does remind me of Madonna now for some reason?! :lol:

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