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Old 06-26-2007, 12:29 PM   #1
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CBR1000RR supercharger

Anyone ever see these? Looks like a badass mod for the cbr1000rr.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/HONDA-CBR1000-...QQcmdZViewItem
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Old 06-26-2007, 12:34 PM   #2
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TTS, out of the UK, used to do these using that Rotrex blower. I don't know if they're still in business, but it doesn't matter, because now you can have them fitted by CaliSuperbikes.

They have applications for lots of different models - and can deliver a lot more than 200 HP.

It's a really neat install - literally and figuratively.

S/C is a really intriguing idea to the street rider who wants more midrange and rideability that you don't get from a turbo.

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Old 06-26-2007, 12:39 PM   #3
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i just love the sleep quality of it.
No turbo dump pipe to give away a power adder.
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Old 06-26-2007, 05:36 PM   #4
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i just love the sleep quality of it.
No turbo dump pipe to give away a power adder.
Either you are talking to a noobies or boobies, they will not know the difference. For someone that is into bike can tell the big o thing on the side of the bike is nothing of a stock performance. Can't fit the fairings using a turbo or S/C, without making mods.
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Old 06-26-2007, 06:09 PM   #5
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Either you are talking to a noobies or boobies, they will not know the difference. For someone that is into bike can tell the big o thing on the side of the bike is nothing of a stock performance. Can't fit the fairings using a turbo or S/C, without making mods.

seriously? Im sorry, but you're mistaken.
Click the link to calisuperbikes.com.
They have pics of their supercharger on a few bikes.
You CANNOT see the supercharger.
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thats some high dollar shiz there.
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Old 06-27-2007, 01:18 AM   #7
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seriously? Im sorry, but you're mistaken.
Click the link to calisuperbikes.com.
They have pics of their supercharger on a few bikes.
You CANNOT see the supercharger.
You're right, on a rolling bike it is hard to tell. If you were riding any liter bike and a Honda pulled away, then you know that thing is on a bottle, or supped up.:laughing6
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seriously? Im sorry, but you're mistaken.
Click the link to calisuperbikes.com.
They have pics of their supercharger on a few bikes.
You CANNOT see the supercharger.
yes, but you can see the custom crankcase cover, and the giant hole cut in the fairing (and then covered with a plate). just because you can't see the supercharger, doesn't mean you can't tell that it's there.
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yes, but you can see the custom crankcase cover, and the giant hole cut in the fairing (and then covered with a plate). just because you can't see the supercharger, doesn't mean you can't tell that it's there.

I don't know which one you're looking at, but the GSX-Ride Smart don't have any cuts in the fairing. The only visual clue I can see is the K&N cone filter peeking thru the stock fairing hole.

Sorry, the website won't let me copy the pic, but here's a link to the GSX-R images on Calisuperbikes.

Looks pretty stock - let me know what ya'll think.

http://calisuperbikes.com/index_files/Page820.htm

edit: oh and I see the plate you're talking about on the blue GSX-R, but scroll down to the black one underneath, it's a much better/cleaner install.
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