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Old 04-19-2010, 12:01 AM   #1
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Who is the Houston Bazzaz guru???

Looking for someone in the Houston area or close by to install a Bazzaz z-fi and z-afm. Then get it all tuned up. Any help would be great.

Now time for some pic whoring!

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not diggin the "flames" so much, but otherwise a very sic bike......

Ram swingarm?

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Old 04-19-2010, 12:09 AM   #4
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The paint and graphics is rattle can and vinyl. It's just a temporary fix until the other set of bodywork is finished.

The swingarm is from a MV that I modded to fit.

Thanks for the number. I'll give them a call.
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Is it just me or is the rear tire tall? That's the 1st time I've seen that done on a bike but I am new to this.

The front looks like a Transformer...

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Installing it is easy. The ZAFM will allow you to tune it your self.
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not diggin the "flames" so much, but otherwise a very sic bike......

Ram swingarm?

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Installing it is easy. The ZAFM will allow you to tune it your self.
Yeah I know, it's finding the time. I also want to get a dyno run in anways so I figured I would let someone else do it all. If a can't find someone this week I will tackle it this weekend.
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Looking for someone in the Houston area or close by to install a Bazzaz z-fi and z-afm. Then get it all tuned up. Any help would be great.

Now time for some pic whoring!

Who is the Houston Bazzaz guru???

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I think it looks fantastic
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as soon as i saw the 4th pic, the VERY first thing in my mind was...





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Sunny is HUGE on Bazzaz, but doesn't have a dyno.
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If you've done all the work on your bike, why waste time with a dealer. Install it yourself, it's VERY EASY! Then take it over to Johnny Cheese in Round Rock for a proper tune...

You can get the WOT close but the low end stuff still requires a dyno load. You'll be all over the place with mapping if you attempt it yourself. BTW, your bike looks pretty good for a 600!
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Looking for someone in the Houston area or close by to install a Bazzaz z-fi and z-afm. Then get it all tuned up. Any help would be great.

Now time for some pic whoring!

Who is the Houston Bazzaz guru???

Who is the Houston Bazzaz guru???

Who is the Houston Bazzaz guru???

Who is the Houston Bazzaz guru???

Who is the Houston Bazzaz guru???
sick man, wish i had the money to do that stuff to my bike...

where can i get a different setup for the headlight like that? im on an 07' gsxr-600
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Old 05-01-2010, 10:53 PM   #19
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Ram swingarm?

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nicee. kinda over done with the orange but its your bike!
Better?

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Who is the Houston Bazzaz guru???

Trying to decide wether to put a stock scheme in orange over the carbon , or leave it like this.



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sick man, wish i had the money to do that stuff to my bike...

where can i get a different setup for the headlight like that? im on an 07' gsxr-600
I bought a projector retro kit on ebay and did the retrofit myself. Wasn't really all that hard. Search "projector bixenon kit" and you should find what you need.
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leave orange as an accent, imho. black pinstripe the wheels.
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