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Old 03-11-2009, 11:50 AM   #1
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How much to install a turbo kit

Does anyone know how much would it be to install a turbo kit on a Hayabusa..


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Old 03-11-2009, 11:58 AM   #4
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Old 03-11-2009, 11:58 AM   #5
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Call Patrick or Andy and see what they say.

Also, you might just want to PM people on the board that have it done already.

Not whoring just saying...
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Ask Zxalan. I think his last rebuild was 15k and counting. He is doing more than a basic job though. There isnt a good answer. It all depends on what you wanna do and how much is too much money. I would say 5gs min.
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Well nevermind I found this place that will do it for $1000.

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here we go big comfy, how are you?
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Well nevermind I found this place that will do it for $1000.

Thanks for the help
the golden rule is you get what you pay for...be careful
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Thats just the install right? What about the boost cont,A/F meter,tune,ect ect. Make sure you know what it takes to have a reliable set up.
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I was going to say sounds a little low unless you supply your own stuff.

And be ready for the headaches to begin after you install it all. constant tinkering etc; you'll be a mechanic in no time.

and buy an extra bike if you do go through with it so if you cant ride the turbo you have something else to get you out w your friends as they are waiting for you.
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The NOS is a way better option.
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EVO, you REALLY need to do some research on turbo charging your bike, it is DEFINETLY not a bolt on and forget about it scenario....They are high maintenance, VERY critical of the tuning and very expensive to keep alive...Buying the $4500 kit is the cheap part.... There is definetly compromises with a turbo bike. You will likely not be able to just hop on it and go anywhere, anytime like you do a stock bike...Like anything else, you get what you pay for and the install and tuning will make or break you.

I would stick with RCC for the stg 1 kit, set the boost low, like 6lbs to keep it safe with stock compression, that will get you 220hp or so and that will be plenty for you.....especially since you really only want it for posing...LOL

www.rccturbos.com or www.velocityracing.com

Last alternative is a Hahn Racing stg 1 kit, quality is not there though like the other two I mentioned.

Pretty much anything else is junk.....

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PS.... If I were you, I would learn to ride/race what you have first, you will likely take yourself out on a turbo bike. When you get to where you can safely run decent numbers on a stock busa, then start looking for more power.
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I'd almost rather have a 1397 kit, 200 wheel HP and save some of the headaches.
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