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I have much of the prototyping done for the kit.....just waiting for exhausts to become available.... I will be testing with Slip-ons and Full exhausts.



Much smoother and more power......



I will let everyone know when the kit is available, and share dyno results.



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Definitely need a slip-on (or i guess a pair of slip-ons) for my ZZR.

Let us know what comes up first.

I am ready to buy.

I was thinking Micron.

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Will do !



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Hi Ivan,



Will adding slipons remove the stock catayler. How much weight savings can you expect? Do you know if anyone is going to come out with Slip-ons the retain the 4 into 2 design. Basically I do not need more HP but would like to loose the extra mass to improve handling.



Also, how much rejetting would be required? How do you factor in the RAM air effect and would shims be enough to compensate for a slip-on or would you need to change the main and pilots as well.

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"{Hi Ivan,



Will adding slipons remove the stock catayler. How much weight savings can you expect? Do you know if anyone is going to come out with Slip-ons the retain the 4 into 2 design. Basically I do not need more HP but would like to loose the extra mass to improve handling.



Also, how much rejetting would be required? How do you factor in the RAM air effect and would shims be enough to compensate for a slip-on or would you need to change the main and pilots as well."}

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The ZZR12 benefits very much from the changes that I have made so far.......

Much better midrange... and... better closed to part throttle operation. Also much less handlebar vibration.



Muzzy is working on slip-on's and a full system.......I have both on order and will use them both while developing the kit further. Adding slip-ons will remove the catalyst.



The ram air is the usual Kawasaki and is self compensating.....



The stock needles are WAY too lean, which causes delayed throttle response and shimming them will not take care of the fuel mix problem.....although you may get a minimal benefit from adding shims....just don't mix up the stock needles.....the inners are different from the outers when the bike is stock.



As soon as the aftermarket exhausts are available, I will resume testing and will share dyno information.........



Thanks,



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Rockland County Motorcycle

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Yes, Yes, Yes, let us know. Dying for Dual Slip-Ons. Stock has plent of Power but not near enough sweet sound. Ready to buy, let me know.

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