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Old 11-20-2007, 11:49 AM   #101
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Old 11-20-2007, 11:54 AM   #102
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Old 11-20-2007, 06:48 PM   #103
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y are yall making such a big deal about a bike that doens't turn.....?

Some of us like to get out on the road and go somewhere, instead of making circles and end up at the first place we start....


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Old 11-27-2007, 04:48 PM   #104
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"The bad news is that most of the refinements came from tweaking the exhaust system - the first thing you are likely to take off the bike when preparing the bike for the track."

We are waiting for a file from Kawasaki to add to the end of this story with specs that drag racers love. Until then, here is a little info to hold you over comparing the 2008 Model to the previous years:

More Low-End Torque and Power (Still doesn’t hit as hard as the Busa off idle, but the smoothness is nice on the street.)
More Mid-Range Response (The bike is useless at the drag strip at stock height. It’s like a big unicycle when the quicker opening flies let it breath!)
Higher Peak Horsepower--203 HP Claimed (with ram air, measured at the crankshaft). The conditions we saw at Fontana were horrible, and I still managed times close to the ‘08 Busa which I rode in near perfect conditions at Atco.
Revised - Cylinder Head
Revised - Intake Porting
Provides Optimum Flow Characteristics
Revised - Sub-Throttle Injectors
Increased Spray Angle from 15° to 20°
Dispersing Atomized Fuel over a Wider Area
Increased Low-End Power and Torque
Improved Mid Range Response
Revised- Piston Profiles
Reduced Mechanical Noise
Revised – Cylinder Head Cover
Secondary Air Ports Increased Approx. 20%
Increased Clean Air Flow into Exhaust System
Revised – Air Switching Valve (ASV)
Handles Approximately 5% More Air
193 PS (Without Ram Air)
203 PS (With Ram Air)

MSRP $11,699 - Atomic Silver / Metallic Midnight Sapphire Blue
MSRP $11,999 - Metallic Flat Spark Black

We will add the full line of improvements soon.
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