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    Posted: December/19/2014 at 12:46am
Thanks Brock for the map support
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Not a problem, let us know if you need anything else.
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I believe I spoke to you today with questions about the ecu reflash. Thanks for the advice.




http://youtu.be/MjXJK1BB6jk
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Originally posted by byefelicia14 byefelicia14 wrote:

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I believe I spoke to you today with questions about the ecu reflash. Thanks for the advice.




http://youtu.be/MjXJK1BB6jk

Nice! Thanks for the Vid - sounds good.

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Originally posted by byefelicia14 byefelicia14 wrote:

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I believe I spoke to you today with questions about the ecu reflash. Thanks for the advice.




http://youtu.be/MjXJK1BB6jk


No problem, thanks for the video, great looking bike!
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For drag purposes(suspension)what differences would it be to cut the forks other than using a front drag tie down strap?
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Originally posted by byefelicia14 byefelicia14 wrote:

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For drag purposes(suspension)what differences would it be to cut the forks other than using a front drag tie down strap?

For purely drag (no street whatsoever) cut forks work well, as long as they have ZERO sag. But - This makes for problems on the street, such as:
1. Chassis can be too low for safe operation
2. Very stiff ride (not only uncomfortable, but a loss of front end traction around corners is more likely)
3. No sag generally means no dampening, which can lead to handling problems (wobble etc.)

A front end strap can be loosened, to avoid the above on the street. A loose front end strap can also be used as a tuning aid during operation on very slippery racing surfaces (providing more traction). It is also more economical.

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With an air shifter, 16/45 gearing, and 66"stretch the bike ran a best 6.11 run on the stock header with the stock exhaust cans removed.

Since then, I've installed: PCV, full brocks street meg exhaust system, your street map programmed, secondary butterflies removed, and front end strap.

I need help getting this bike into the 5.xxs. Any advice??   
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byefelicia14, check out this link, http://www.brocksperformance.com/brocknm/templates/bpp-plain.aspx?articleid=82&zoneid=7, scroll to the bottom and check out all the ZX14 Diaries.  There is a lot of great information there.  That information and a little seat time and you should be in 5s.  Let us know if you need anything else.
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Originally posted by byefelicia14 byefelicia14 wrote:

With an air shifter, 16/45 gearing, and 66"stretch the bike ran a best 6.11 run on the stock header with the stock exhaust cans removed.

Since then, I've installed: PCV, full brocks street meg exhaust system, your street map programmed, secondary butterflies removed, and front end strap.

I need help getting this bike into the 5.xxs. Any advice??   

Can you post a vid or YouTube link? If we can see a pass or two, it would be much easier to help you.

A copy of your time ticket can help also.


And here are a couple of runs: 



You have to get the gas pinned in 1st gear... that's the key to quick runs.

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