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Old 09-03-2007, 01:07 AM   #1
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Upgrades on GSXR 750 06

I am planning to throw on my bike, a BMC aif fillter, Power commander, NGK Irridium Spark plugs, factory pro velocity stacks, a Yoshi R-55 full stainless steel system and a RK chain quick accelation kit with 520 chain. Would any one know or have ball park figure of how much HP would I increase on it?
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If I were you, Id do the filter and slip on, and keep your stock size chain, but go with a -1 down on the front
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Old 09-03-2007, 01:41 AM   #4
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Not much power to be had with bolt ons, when I did my bike biggest diff was the PC and slipon. Got about 5 horsies with that. YMMV
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why a full stainless steel system? That would add weight to your bike. Get a full titanium is where its at. Better heat displacement and lightest weight. Your bike should have a full stock titanium exhaust on it. Adding full stainless steel system would weight more. just my 2cents
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Old 09-03-2007, 04:15 AM   #6
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06 has a cat. full system deletes it. R55 is a lot smaller than stock. it will save weight but probably not free up a hole lot of HP. my guess is of all the mods planned the power commander plus the exhaust will free up a few HP and the chain kit would make the biggest difference in how the bike feels but won't add any hp, just free up some mass at the expense of longevity. the filter will give you like 1 hp at the most on your bike, the plugs probably 0, and the velocity stacks I'm not sure of, but they sure are expensive.
if you need that much more power that you are throwing what like a total of 2 grand installed at your bike, then maybe you should just trade it in on a thou.... even a stock 05 and under thou will kick out tons more power (especially where it counts) than your 750, even if you hot it up with the parts you mention.
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Old 09-03-2007, 04:50 AM   #7
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hp doesn't matter if you want the bike to be faster ride it faster. but for looks get a slip on sine you can't really see the headers anyway.
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Old 09-03-2007, 07:10 AM   #8
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The list of mods you have are good, other than the 520 conversion if it's for street use.

Chain life will be pretty diminished and you're not picking up much compared to the stock 525 that's on the bike.

It's an '06, so unless your chain is pretty trashed, I just go -1 on the C/S sprocket.
If you do need all new components, stay away from the Vortex sprockets as they do not last.
Go with either AFAM or Renthal.

I'm assuming you're going to use the BMC street filter? (I'd recommend doing so)

With the setup you're talking about you'll lose about 8 or 9 lbs with the exhaust and you'll pick up maybe 8-10 rwhp.
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520 would be flushing your money for just riding the street...
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The list of mods you have are good, other than the 520 conversion if it's for street use.

Chain life will be pretty diminished and you're not picking up much compared to the stock 525 that's on the bike.

It's an '06, so unless your chain is pretty trashed, I just go -1 on the C/S sprocket.
If you do need all new components, stay away from the Vortex sprockets as they do not last.
Go with either AFAM or Renthal.

I'm assuming you're going to use the BMC street filter? (I'd recommend doing so)

With the setup you're talking about you'll lose about 8 or 9 lbs with the exhaust and you'll pick up maybe 8-10 rwhp.
The chain I have not yet ordered but my other option would be a 525 DID gold chain and AFAM sprockets.
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I have not yet ordered my chain and sprockets but my other option would be a DID chold chain and AFAM sprockets, What about thet TRC system in titanium, full system
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the yosh doesnt make as much power as the leo vince and its a lot heavier
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the yosh doesnt make as much power as the leo vince and its a lot heavier
haven't seen any back to back dyno evidence to support that.
even if its true, the yosh looks lots cooler, so its a moot point.
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