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Old April 23rd @ 09:02 pm   #1
SiD
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From: lake mead pkwy.& boulder hwy.

Motorcycle: 07 suzuki sv650s
what is out there for performance other then powercommanders?

 
 
Old April 23rd @ 09:11 pm   #2
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From: El Cajon, CA

Motorcycle: 02 VFR800 ABS - Street, 03 CBR600rr - Track
Boost and nitrous!
 
 
Old April 23rd @ 09:23 pm   #3
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From: Syn City

Motorcycle: "R1"
If your talking fuel management systems, the big three that I know of are:

Juice box
Power commander
Bazazz. Bazzaz being top-o-the-line.

Last edited by SynCitizen; April 23rd at 09:28 pm.
 
 
Old April 23rd @ 11:05 pm   #4
SiD
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From: lake mead pkwy.& boulder hwy.

Motorcycle: 07 suzuki sv650s
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Originally Posted by SynCitizen View Post
If your talking fuel management systems, the big three that I know of are:

Juice box
Power commander
Bazazz. Bazzaz being top-o-the-line.
would like a bazzaz but they dont make it for my bike
 
 
Old April 23rd @ 11:21 pm   #5
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From: Las Vegas/Summerlin

Motorcycle: 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa LE/2007 Suzuki GSXR600/2000 Honda CBR600F4
For the ultimate performance upgrade, try a track day/school. The price of one track day and its associated gear is about as much as buying a PC3, pipe, and a decent tune. Fine tune the software (you) before you work on the hardware (bike). You may discover that you might want to do other stuff like suspension or even brake upgrades before you decide to juice up your Halfabusa.

I know this isn't what you were looking for, but I thought I'd throw this out there.
 
 
Old April 23rd @ 11:40 pm   #6
SiD
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From: lake mead pkwy.& boulder hwy.

Motorcycle: 07 suzuki sv650s
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Originally Posted by vegaseric View Post
For the ultimate performance upgrade, try a track day/school. The price of one track day and its associated gear is about as much as buying a PC3, pipe, and a decent tune. Fine tune the software (you) before you work on the hardware (bike). You may discover that you might want to do other stuff like suspension or even brake upgrades before you decide to juice up your Halfabusa.

I know this isn't what you were looking for, but I thought I'd throw this out there.
I only wish it was a hafabusa but i already have the full exhaust on it i just want to make the bike run up to par or not lean like it is now,without putting the stock pipe back on. also i wanted to do the trackday/school but i also need boots and dont i need full leathers for that also
 
 
Old April 24th @ 03:53 am   #7
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From: El Cajon, CA

Motorcycle: 02 VFR800 ABS - Street, 03 CBR600rr - Track
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I only wish it was a hafabusa but i already have the full exhaust on it i just want to make the bike run up to par or not lean like it is now,without putting the stock pipe back on. also i wanted to do the trackday/school but i also need boots and dont i need full leathers for that also
You'll need over the ankle motorcycle specific boots, full leathers (1 or 2 piece, but I strongly recommend a 1 piece as I've got a 2 piece and wish I had a 1) and over the wrist gauntlet style gloves as well as a back protector and a full face helmet. If you go to cycle gear and buy everything new, for the leathers, gloves, boots and back protector you're looking @ at least $6-700, but if you shop around and get some things used, then you may be able to save $2-300 off that.

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Old April 24th @ 08:34 am   #8
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From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
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Originally Posted by vegaseric View Post
For the ultimate performance upgrade, try a track day/school. The price of one track day and its associated gear is about as much as buying a PC3, pipe, and a decent tune. Fine tune the software (you) before you work on the hardware (bike). You may discover that you might want to do other stuff like suspension or even brake upgrades before you decide to juice up your Halfabusa.

I know this isn't what you were looking for, but I thought I'd throw this out there.
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Old April 24th @ 08:36 am   #9
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From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
i dont have a power commander yet, i do have an after market exhaust, i should eventually get it tuned with one for maximum performance, but even after 5 years, i still see no need for it, and would rather spend the money on a track day rather then a PC..even taking the advanced msf would be fun also!
 
 
Old April 24th @ 03:08 pm   #10
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From: north carolina

Motorcycle: 2006 cbr 600rr
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Originally Posted by vegaseric View Post
For the ultimate performance upgrade, try a track day/school. The price of one track day and its associated gear is about as much as buying a PC3, pipe, and a decent tune. Fine tune the software (you) before you work on the hardware (bike). You may discover that you might want to do other stuff like suspension or even brake upgrades before you decide to juice up your Halfabusa.

I know this isn't what you were looking for, but I thought I'd throw this out there.
thats a great point eric, i totaly agree. try to get 110% out of the bike and yourself before upgrades!
 
 

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