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Has anyone got ,used one of these? If so are they worth the cash?
Also what work is involved in changing/installing it?

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I installed one on my 12R and I would say it's worth every penny.

Here's my build:
http://kawasakiworld.com/nos-turbo/51440-my-little-project.html

And here's my list of mods:

Aeromotive:
Fuel Pressure Regulator

APE:
Adjustable Cam Sprockets

Autometer:
Boost Guage
Fuel Pressure Guage
Shift Light

Daytona Sensors:
Wego III

DEI:
Exhaust Wrap
Heat Sleeves

Dynojet:
Power Commander V
Autotune

Earl’s/Edelbrock/Russell:
Braided Lines & Fittings for Fuel & Oil Lines

Factory Pro:
EVO SHIFT STAR

Falicon:
Billet Clutch Basket

Garrett:
T3 Super 60 Turbo

Kawasaki:
ZX14 Fuel Injectors

K&N:
Air Filter

MPS:
Air Compressor
Air Shifter Kit
Sport Bike Shift Kill Box
Tether Kill Switch

MTC:
Multi-Stage Lock Up Clutch

Muzzys:
Adjustable Ignition Advancer
Dry Nitrous Kit
Lowering Links
Mirror Block Offs
N2O Bottle Bracket
Oil Filter Relocation Kit
Performance Clutch Kit
Velocity Stacks

Robinson Industries:
Transmission First Gear

Schnitz Racing:
Front End Lowering Strap
Turbo Scavenge Pump

Speigler:
Front & Rear Brake Lines

Superbike Mike:
4” Weld-In Swing Arm Extensions

Walbro:
Fuel Pump

Fabricated Parts by me and/or my brother:
Airbox Block-Off Plates
Air Shifter Cylinder Brackets
Assorted Brackets
Chain Guard
Drilled Intake Camshaft For Cam Position Sensor (used as exhaust cam)
Fuel & Oil Lines
Kickstand
License Plate Bracket
Oil Pan Window
Ported Head
Reed Valve Block-Off Plates
Turbo System
Under Tail
Wire Harnesses For Accessories
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How much work was it Dave?

:popcorn:................:nana:


Well this was a little while ago,

But from what I can remember,........:headscratch:

Clutch cover, clutch plates, clutch basket,

If you are fitting the full kit with the 'detent spring and arm'

Oil pump/water pump drive gear and shaft (don't forget to fit a new 'C' clip/circlip - OEM - 480J1100 CIRCLIP,11MM )

You may have to unbolt a 'copper oil feed pipe', can't remember

You should now be able to 'get at' the gear change star, detent spring and arm,

Have a look in the OEM manual, which you should have anyway, an easy download.

Thanx Dave.


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I fitted one & yes it works well. Before if I was just tootling & not really thinking about changing gear I'd miss gears left right & centre! Not any more.
If you've got a decent set of Allen keys with the sort of round end on, you can swap the arm & spring without taking the Oil pump/water pump drive gear and shaft out.
 

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I fitted one & yes it works well. Before if I was just tootling & not really thinking about changing gear I'd miss gears left right & centre! Not any more.
If you've got a decent set of Allen keys with the sort of round end on, you can swap the arm & spring without taking the Oil pump/water pump drive gear and shaft out.
Thanks guys. Well within my capability then I reckon. Got to be easier than aircraft lol
 

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Thanks guys. Well within my capability then I reckon. Got to be easier than aircraft lol
eerm I would say so? lol
The basket is abit tricky to align back up when putting it back on. Its on a spring that needs to be prised back about 4mm ( I used a allen key that I ground the end round) You might want to put new rubber "0" rings back on the copper oil feeds that need to come off as Dave has said about.
But yeah a straight forward job really.
Good luck.
 

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Well this was a little while ago,

But from what I can remember,........:headscratch:

Clutch cover, clutch plates, clutch basket,

If you are fitting the full kit with the 'detent spring and arm'

Oil pump/water pump drive gear and shaft (don't forget to fit a new 'C' clip/circlip - OEM - 480J1100 CIRCLIP,11MM )

You may have to unbolt a 'copper oil feed pipe', can't remember

You should now be able to 'get at' the gear change star, detent spring and arm,

Have a look in the OEM manual, which you should have anyway, an easy download.

Thanx Dave.


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How dare you.... :squint:

:lol: Thanks for the insight. I have one of these waiting to go in. Stacking coin for billet basket to accompany it.
 
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