Supercharger kit now available for 04-05 zx10r.

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  1. Cyemm

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    Just stepped up and decided to have my 04 10r outfitted with a blower. Because, you know, it's so slow. Yeah right.

    http://www.aaperf.com/

    is now taking a couple of preorders at a pretty substantial discount price.

    220 hp. Smooth linear power, not a turbo's exponential boost.

    Hides under stock fairings. Very high quality and machining.

    My typically modded gen 1 can still run with the new crop of big dogs('cept that damn beemer), but just imagine this sucker spooled up.

    Step up boys. you can't even get a generic turbo kit at this price.

    Full review when I get the pieces.
     
  2. How do you plan to keep the front tire on the ground?
     
  3. 5th and 6th gen VFRs but not the 4th!:rant
     
  4. vagrant

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    Think you had head shake before? :mfclap:
     
  5. dragracer1951

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    There are many roads to horsepower. All of them go through the bottom end of the motor...
    200 to 220ish hp would be about the same as an AMA superbike or WSB would it not?
    I would think some suspension, brake and frame work would be in order.
    I have some experience with blowers. Centrifugal blowers are not known for their efficiency at higher boost levels much like Roots type blowers are not. Then you need to cool the charge or otherwise deal with charge density issues.
    A blown motor is certainly more streetable than a turbo'd one though. This one has a self contained oiling system. Thet in and of itself would cause me concern.
     
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    Where are you going to get 93 octane gas around here?
     
  8. 93 is around. There is a 94 octane pump by 512 and pacific ave in tacoma.
     
  9. pjd

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    Finally! A way I can rid myself of that douche bag TRAIL BOSS, and in the most spectacular way possible.

    Bon Voyage, cocksucker!
     
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  11. 8psi on stock internals? I would prob try to drop the compression ratio a bit, as the kit notes at the end..And maybe opt for custom mapping instead of their map. Its not like ZX10s start at 8:1...
    Wow around $4k that's pretty good profit on top of the parts cost! Good for them. I'm sure the R&D wasn't free.
    This sounds like fun
     
  12. 8psi does seem high for pump. I would be most worried about detonation, not breaking the internals.
     
  13. RedVFR

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    The guy that R&D'd them is a member on VFRD.com. I'm pretty sure he did it on his own time, in his own shop, and with his own resources when he did the original system for his 5th gen VFR. He started a thread when he started the project, it is an interesting read and worth checking out.

    His user name is toro1.
     
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  14. $5.5K for the VFR which is the first kit the guy put out.
     
  15. pfft.....what do you know about superchargers....


    lol just kidding...makes me miss my 02 ford lightning....
     
  16. Most all the modern roots / twin screw / or hybrid there-of use a self contained oil system. (kb, eaton, vortech, bds, etc...) It's no longer an issue like it was just a decade ago.
    Have no fear.
    (as long as you r2 the oil on time)

    Dettonation shouldn't be an issue with the excelent head design of a modern bike, as long as you dont get greedy on the ignition curve and dont run shit gas.
    :secret:

    But seriously, does a modern literbike really neeeedddd more power???
    :tard::scratchea

    I mean you could make it ALOTT faster just by doing a summer worth of track time and actually learning how to ride it.
    crackup: :nana crackup:

    For the price of the kit, you could buy a whole nother track bike...
     
  17. johnny5021

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    who need a supercharger when u can have noscrackup:
     
  18. Cyemm

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    How do you plan to keep the front tire on the ground?

    Don't. Thats why I ride an 04 ZX10.



    Think you had head shake before?

    My pretty GPR rotary damper goes to 10.



    I would think some suspension, brake and frame work would be in order.

    Not really, I don't do a whole lot of riding around wide open now, can't see stressing the bike exponentially more on the street.


    This one has a self contained oiling system.

    It's actually a viscosity changing traction fluid.



    8psi on stock internals? I would prob try to drop the compression ratio a bit, as the kit notes at the end..And maybe opt for custom mapping instead of their map.

    8 psi is pretty standard for a pump gas street boost motor. Also, it only makes 8psi peak, I don't plan on holding it wide open for long periods of time.

    As a blower is linearly tied to rpm, the fuelling is also thusly tied. Mapping is a simple matter of dynoing with a wideband. X more air at X rpm needs X more fuel. Nothing else changes.



    But seriously, does a modern literbike really neeeedddd more power???

    Yeah, I should just be satisfied with what I have...... Right.
     
  19. ^^^^ Solid answers.


    I'd like to ride it. Thanks.
     
  20. I look forward to your finished project.
     

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