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Sure...to some extent. We specialize in all motor set-ups but we build motors, heads, and install NOS and turbo systems for some of the fastest bikes in the country.

If there is something I do not know the answer to, I will find it or point you in the direction of somebody who can answer it.
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Have an 05 1k with a 30shot ( Dry- N20 )
What is a safe A/F ratio to run? Activated at WOT,and
Installing an MSD window switch...... ON at 7500k OFF at 12,250....
...anything else i should do to run safe and reliable?

PS TRE yes or no ?

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Thanks Tim. Just confirms that I will leave the stock one on. So its safe to re-use the headgasket? I know on cars thats a no no.

Where would I get shims from? What sizes?
No re-use on the head gasket.......very bad!

Shims would be stock Suzuki shims......as for after market cams.....I would only use Yosh Stage one cams with stock pistons. Otherwise you will run into interferance problems.
Chip, I was going to run the Web cams.
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Ahh christmas, someone passed me a beer a few days back i think ...... what happened .....
No, never re-use a head gasket.
Shims will depend on the base circle of your cams. If they are reprofiled then you will need bigger shims. If they are hard welded and reprofiled then they could be near stock. If they are billet cams then usually they have close to stock base circle.
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I was considering putting NOS on my 2001 GSXR 600. Its got about 4300 miles on it right now and my buddy gave me a NOS kit caused he owned me money. I wasnt sure how good this kit would be on a motorcycle since it is designed for carbed cars. If this would work good what size jet should I select. Any feedback would be great.


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No it isn,t all stock.It has a Hindle stepped header,pair mod,short stacks,k&n,air shifter,pwr. commander,Lengthened 6" over,tre,mr9 fuel,and some times a 40 shot of nos but I will be running it on the engine after the engine mods.The head will be ported and polished ,serdi valve job.750 springs,and shaved 10,also will be assembled with a yosh head gasket.All work is being done by a local engine builder Chuck Downey.He builds blackfoot motor sports bikes here in Canada for the Canadian superbike series.This is wher I am getting the 05 cams to try.Any info to help my setup for dragracing would be greatly appriciated.Thanks.
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quick question, are the 2001-2003 600 front engine mounting points the same as the 2000-2003 750? I supposedly have a 750 frame, according to the VIN, but my engine is a 600.
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can anyone tell me where i could find a turbo for a 2005 600? i just bought it and about to put some time and money in it and first want to add the turbo. where could i get one?
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Re: All your engine questions here......

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Questions for determining turbo size...

How much power do you want to make?
How many PSI of boost?
What engine mods do you have?
Are you willing to change your bottom end to support a high power turbo?

You cant just pick a turbo for a bike, you need to know what you want the bike to produce before you can go shopping...

Just a stock 600, with say a base gasket and thick head gasket, will support approx. 15 psi with an upgraded fuel system... I have used a TC-05S-07A and seen some pretty good results from a 750..... or some of the newer garrett GT-22 or GT-25 turbos....
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Anybody know if a k5 head will fit my k3 ???
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Sorry for the delay, I was on Vacation for X-mas.....

Here are some of your answers:

GSXRdan - 05 Cams in a 03....To be honest it is not something we have tried. Physicly they will bolt up, but be very careful with valve to piston clearance as the 05 cams are a taller lift. Personally, with the work you already have done or are planning to do, I would use a set of Web or Yosh cams.....

Black051k - As a general rule of thumb....12.5 to 1 for NOS.....you want it on the rich side, but every motor is different.....I would run it on a Dyno with NOS for final tuning.

Gumby - The smaller the better......Bigger will make more power but will also fry pistons and bend rods if you mess up. There are way to many varibles for me to recomend a jet size for you application without the bike being here on our Dyno. Be Careful!!!

GSXR45 - A 05 head will physically bolt up but will not work with stock pistons. The Cams, valves and Combustion chambers are different. You would be much better off modifiing your 03 head.

These are all good questions.....keep em coming!!!!!!!!!
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Hi Chip , hope you had a good christmas . thanks for this forum you guys are the best , i was talking about cam timing a while back but was'nt clear about what was what . so here goes , have a k3 1000 ti force high mount (no valve ) large s pipe , i think from a ti force header , i have stock head pipes , factory pro tre , factory pro stacks , k&n filter , looking to put some ajustable sprockets on the stock cams , looking for more mid range 5 k - 9 k with peak power around 10 k with some over run maybe to 12 k / i,m going to teka and dyno tune before putting in the sprockets after a valve adj. maybe insall some 750 springs ???good idea ??? motor has 28000 kmh on it . can you suggest some numbers please / also do you know how inaccurate the stock tack is ???? as i have run my motor up to 135000 in 3rd gear without any hitting of the rev limiter , which makes me think that it was only at around 122000 or so , any feed back ?? the honda went bye bye he he he love my bike and guys are fantastic , keep up the great work and thanks Darrin
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you wouldn't happen to know where i could find a turbo for a '05 600 would you?
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will a full exhaust from a 02+1000 bolt up to a 05 600
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Hi Chip , hope you had a good christmas . thanks for this forum you guys are the best , i was talking about cam timing a while back but was'nt clear about what was what . so here goes , have a k3 1000 ti force high mount (no valve ) large s pipe , i think from a ti force header , i have stock head pipes , factory pro tre , factory pro stacks , k&n filter , looking to put some ajustable sprockets on the stock cams , looking for more mid range 5 k - 9 k with peak power around 10 k with some over run maybe to 12 k / i,m going to teka and dyno tune before putting in the sprockets after a valve adj. maybe insall some 750 springs ???good idea ??? motor has 28000 kmh on it . can you suggest some numbers please / also do you know how inaccurate the stock tack is ???? as i have run my motor up to 135000 in 3rd gear without any hitting of the rev limiter , which makes me think that it was only at around 122000 or so , any feed back ?? the honda went bye bye he he he love my bike and guys are fantastic , keep up the great work and thanks Darrin


/ also do you know how inaccurate the stock tack is ???? as i have run my motor up to 135000 in 3rd gear without any hitting of the rev limiter , which makes me think that it was only at around 122000 or so , any feed back ??


TRE and or sprocket change.
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Yes, they are nearly all off on all models. Usually about 1000rpm at peak revs. Can't see why they bother
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Thanks for the good feedback , heard of it on other brands , so i'll be shifting at 13500 for max output . i,ll confirm it when dyno tuning in the spring , lots of changes this year so stay TUNED for details thanks again .
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you wouldn't happen to know where i could find a turbo for a '05 600 would you?
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will a full exhaust from a 02+1000 bolt up to a 05 600
I don't think so......don't know why you would want to......but some people on the 04/05 forum say they have done it. I have a 3 stock 01-04 systems and 3 05/06 stock systems sitting around that I would be willing to get rid of cheap.
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Thanks for the good feedback , heard of it on other brands , so i'll be shifting at 13500 for max output . i,ll confirm it when dyno tuning in the spring , lots of changes this year so stay TUNED for details thanks again .
Like Tim said, they are all off.......some more than others......check it on the Dyno....
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Hi Chip,
I was wondering if the 813cc piston kit you offer for 750s can be installed into a stock block with just boring or does it require sleeving.
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