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Old 11-29-2012, 06:03 PM   #1
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Post yoshi cam for 05-06 gsxr 1k

what's going on guys my name is Adam I'm a very spirited street bike rider. I have an 05 Gsxr 1k and would like opinions on the yoshimura camshafts options. I'm looking to get a little more rasp out of my bike but dont want to do a power commander or bazzazz. The last time I did that it fried my electrical. My sole question is which camshaft would be better for a more so daily driven bike the ST-R type R or the ST-R type S? I also have a k&n air filter and Yoshi slip on exhaust as well. Well guys hope to hear from some of ya'll soon.
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I would invest in a good full exhaust system before going with cams. Since you don't want to use a power commander, can you optimize your fuel/air ratio with a Yosh Box or something?
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:40 AM   #3
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:49 AM   #4
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You can also use ecu editor and do what ever you want (fueling and timing wise) with the stock ecu. Whats your gearing? Sprockets are a lot cheaper than motor work, sure you'll loose some top end but you'll have the power where you need it. Besides no one really needs to go 180 on the freeway. You can degree the stock cams to wake it up a bit as well. I've seen 180 hp with minor head work (no porting), full system, thin hg, degreed cams all tuned thru the stock ecu.
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Dude just go -1/+2. Less than $100 and you'll pull way harder than with cams... which btw, would require ECU editing or a Bazzaz/PC capable of ignition timing changes.


Also- if you think your bike is too slow, go to the track. When an sv650 with 100 less hp than your gsxr burns you you will realize that power isnt the limiting factor.

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Dude just go -1/+2. Less than $100 and you'll pull way harder than with cams... which btw, would require ECU editing or a Bazzaz/PC capable of ignition timing changes.


Also- if you think your bike is too slow, go to the track. When an sv650 with 100 less hp than your gsxr burns you you will realize that power isnt the limiting factor.

*sorry to be a , just keeping it real*
know from experience? lol
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haha, only ride 600s at the track, but yea I still get burned by an SV every now and then.

I do f'n love dive bombing liter bikes into T1 @ TWS (Texas World Speedway).
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