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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-16-2011, 01:07 AM Thread Starter
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2005 GSXR 750 engine performance

I am looking to upgrade the performance on my bike but im not sure what to do to it yet. i have a d and d exhaust and also -1 tooth front sprocket. any ideas? personal experience? share if so because i want to know.

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I am looking to upgrade the performance on my bike but im not sure what to do to it yet. i have a d and d exhaust and also -1 tooth front sprocket. any ideas? personal experience? share if so because i want to know.

thanks!
Could you be more specific? What aspect of performance do you want to improve? Power, handling, etc?

Do you have a power commander yet or at least had the stock ECU retuned while on a dyno? Just trying to make sure you get the most out of the aftermarket exhaust
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post #3 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-17-2011, 02:28 AM Thread Starter
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Re: 2005 GSXR 750 engine performance

well going for more power. some one told me of this thing called bazzaz and said it was better than the PC but im not exactly sure about that. is my source right or wrong?
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What? Tired of riding it at 100% everywhere you go?
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start off with a full exhaust/filter & tune
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What? Tired of riding it at 100% everywhere you go?
lol what he means to say is most people want more power when they haven't found the limits to of their bike at its current state.

That said, there are threads about bazzaz vs PC (comes down to functionality). Either way, you will need a dyno to ensure that you have the best map for it.
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ok i will do that. thanks alot! i will check out the threads
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also look into doing something with your pairvalve (emissions) and setup your suspenion.

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Re: 2005 GSXR 750 engine performance

The -1 is a good start for improving acceleration (there's no HP gains, you just get where you are going faster)
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Suspension. By having yours set up for you proper weight makes a great difference.
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Suspension. By having yours set up for you proper weight makes a great difference.
+1 this is the true.

Without a suspension, all that hp will never reach the ground.\

But to put it in more practical terms, you will be able to take turns faster (ie higher entry speed), hold a line better, and just be in tune with your bike more.

Have someone check your suspension out (to set sag, preload, etc), and depending on your weight, you may or may not need different fork and/or shock springs. I did but at the end of the day, I couldn't be happier with the results.

If you want to try it out yourself, ride this:

http://www.gostar-racing.com/informa...ion_set-up.htm
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