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Old 06-18-2013, 08:04 PM   #1
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Old 06-18-2013, 08:08 PM   #2
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now I know who to call when I put one on!
It doesn't look too bad. The pain is taking stuff off to get to things.
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Old 06-18-2013, 08:21 PM   #5
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For the 1000rr?
Yep. Have the Z-bomb already, was waiting on funds for the Fi.
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Piece of cake....I hate the wire taps it comes with though....
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Sweet! Team BEVO is on the rise.
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Piece of cake....I hate the wire taps it comes with though....
Yeah, makes me nervous. Hope they never come undone. Might heat shrink the connections.
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It really is easier than you think. Be super careful on the fi plugs
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Old 06-18-2013, 08:42 PM   #11
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Hopefully you get better instructions then what comes for the gen 3 zx10r. Worst instructions ever. Thankfully found a step by step on a forum. It was easy once you figure out what hooks up where on your bike. I got the z-fi with quickshifter. Love the quickshifter. Haven't messed with the fi very much.
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Cool, will do.
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Im jealous. Nice!
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Hopefully you get better instructions then what comes for the gen 3 zx10r. Worst instructions ever. Thankfully found a step by step on a forum. It was easy once you figure out what hooks up where on your bike. I got the z-fi with quickshifter. Love the quickshifter. Haven't messed with the fi very much.
Yeah, I have read the instructions about 6 times to finally understand everything. Wish the pictures were bigger.
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Thanks! Bill at WWH hooked me up.
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Im waiting for a new exhaust for mine then ill put one on
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it's alot easier then you think. the only thing that is a pain is doing the scotch locks it comes with the rest is litteraly plug and play you can't put the wrong connection on the wrong one because it wont fit. Unless your a monkey who doesn't know cyc 1 2 3 4 which is which lol
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it's alot easier then you think. the only thing that is a pain is doing the scotch locks it comes with the rest is litteraly plug and play you can't put the wrong connection on the wrong one because it wont fit. Unless your a monkey who doesn't know cyc 1 2 3 4 which is which lol
Yeah, it's in the instructions. Have the shop manual just incase.
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You really can't it up unless you bend the male connection to the fi's. ask me how I know. Lol. Even the. You just bend them back. Ride it naked first to make sure you don't get an FI light or other code. THEN put all the plastics back on. I out it all back together just to have to pull the shot apart again.
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You really can't it up unless you bend the male connection to the fi's. ask me how I know. Lol. Even the. You just bend them back. Ride it naked first to make sure you don't get an FI light or other code. THEN put all the plastics back on. I out it all back together just to have to pull the shot apart again.
Thanks, good to know. I was going to let it run for a few minuets just in case. Is the programmed map 1 for a slip on exhaust, or is it map 2? Didn't explain in the instructions...
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