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Old 03-08-2010, 08:16 PM   #21
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Need more power? Its already got a turbo right?


Well.....lets see here.....HMMMM....

Secondary injectors
boost controller
water injector or intercooler
valve springs/stainless valves
fuel pump
Carillo or Crower rods
head studs/cometic gasket
JE turbo pistons....


Need I go on?
NO

I pretty much have the above list.
I should have used more detail, We both know that higher boost your talking about comes with a load of problems.(for me anyway)

What I should have said is, I want to stay @6psig, install some CNC heads and bigger valves to max out airflow/ power at that setpoint. With a 4 or 6 pound spring I can go anywere I want and don't have a problems.
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Old 03-09-2010, 09:40 AM   #22
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Don't waste your money on head porting or big valves on a turbo motor....you won't gain much, if any. If you already have secondary injectors and water injection, all you need is to put stainless valves and
Carpenter springs in the head and you are good to go. Spend $100 for head studs and $50 on a cometic gasket, throw in a spacer plate and you're done. You can easily run 10psi with lowered compression and water injection and not have to worry about it....10 psi on a low compression stock motor will make 250-260hp on pump gas....wouldn't cost much to get you there.
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Old 03-09-2010, 10:10 AM   #23
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Well I enjoyed the ride to Galveston today but, I hit a raised up section of concrete entering wendy's parking lot and took out my oil pan drain plug. Didn't hurt any parts but the bike was finish for the day. Called the wife and went and had a burger and fries while I waited for her to show up. One hour later the wife pulls up and just like that we are headed home. If anyone know wear I can find a used oil pan for a 2008 Busa please let me know.
Talk to Chris at Sams cycles (AKA Romeo36) they might have one laying around
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Old 03-09-2010, 11:27 PM   #24
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I've been away doing the work thing, sorry for the delayed thanks

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Old 03-09-2010, 11:30 PM   #25
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Don't waste your money on head porting or big valves on a turbo motor....you won't gain much, if any. If you already have secondary injectors and water injection, all you need is to put stainless valves and
Carpenter springs in the head and you are good to go. Spend $100 for head studs and $50 on a cometic gasket, throw in a spacer plate and you're done. You can easily run 10psi with lowered compression and water injection and not have to worry about it....10 psi on a low compression stock motor will make 250-260hp on pump gas....wouldn't cost much to get you there.
I doubt he has secondary injectors (i.e. bonnet injectors) if he is only running 6 psi. That is an expensive option on all of the base turbo kits.

A quick look under the tank would confirm....
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I doubt he has secondary injectors (i.e. bonnet injectors) if he is only running 6 psi. That is an expensive option on all of the base turbo kits.

A quick look under the tank would confirm....

I really don't care about what you doubt and let me know when your ready to do this quick inspection of my bike. If for some reason I read this wrong and your not trying to be a smart a$$, please accept my apology. This post was about my oil pan not what my motor has or doesn't have.
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I really don't care about what you doubt and let me know when your ready to do this quick inspection of my bike. If for some reason I read this wrong and your not trying to be a smart a$$, please accept my apology. This post was about my oil pan not what my motor has or doesn't have.
WOW!!! You obviously don't know me...


... and I am one of those guys who has LOTS of parts.
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Psssst. I dont hink he has parts.
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Hey Man, It's cool
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Old 03-12-2010, 09:19 PM   #30
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Psssst. I dont hink he has parts.



To the OP, I wish you the best of luck in getting your bike back up and running quickly.
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