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    Good Job, really good to see you receive accolades from the best in the business.

    may see you on a curve somewhere.

    P.S. How you going about your E.F.I. ? Interested to know, took me 10 years on and off.
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    That is an awesome project come to fruition there Scara.
    Excellent work n hat's off to effort you put in. Looks a treat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hagarr View Post
    Good Job, really good to see you receive accolades from the best in the business.

    may see you on a curve somewhere.

    P.S. How you going about your E.F.I. ? Interested to know, took me 10 years on and off.
    Not yet bud. But one day soon I hope. Already sorted what Im going to use, just not ready to spend $3k doing it. Happy the way things are. Will be heading out sometime in September for a ride. Haven't thrown a leg over any bike since last year. Have been happily playing around tinkering doing maintenance on whats here at the moment. Taken on a K5 for a guy, waiting for him to cough up some money to make things happen,like getting it running would help. Cheers for the enquiry, catch you round

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    Well, after a long and protracted nothing for almost 18 months enjoying the bike, 2 months ago I began gathering the EFI components to get that under way.

    Why you might ask ? I want to have more control over power delivery and more precise tuning options.

    Given that with EFI it now provides me with 1024 jetting sizes at the drop of a hat at the click of a button, won me over finally.

    TB's have had the secondaries BF removed dont need that shit. Gave me the ideas I need to implement to make it happen and what needs sealing.

    Like all things new and exciting, the list is endless and as usual custom parts are on the list too.

    Microtech LT10C ECU.
    2 x 2.2 ohm Ballistic Coils (down from 3.0)
    A Dozen new pigtails.
    2 Add on relays
    Aeroflow fittings galore.
    Custom Billet Fuel Rail (for K7-K8 and Busas)
    K7- K8 Throttle Bodies
    8 Injectors.
    Air Sensor
    Temp Sensor
    Fuel Pressure Sensor
    5/16 (6AN) Fuel hose
    Aeromotive Regulator Return Style
    OEM TPS Connector
    Push Pull throttle cables made to length
    Higher rating Fuel Pressure Gauge
    6 Port boost / vacuum bank

    The beauty of the Microtech system, Australian, updates are free and tech are a phone call away.

    Should have heard the guy at the end of the phone when I said I want it for a bike - lolol. They normally play with rotaries im told, so a 4 cylinder should be a walk in the part

    A few changes had to be made to mate the TB's to the head intake boots, namely adaptors. 34 doesnt go into 44 if you know what I mean.

    That done, had to re-space them to match up - picture included.

    Showing the bike as is, before I begin and a quick TB offering to the Gods, with the machined adaptors in place engine side. Clearances are going to be a bitch, but I need the 2 x 240-270cc (540cc combined) from both primary and secondary injectors on this project to satisfy 250 plus ponies. More to come as time and effort allows

















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    Did those elecrical connectors come with the kit? Was trying to source something like that a few years back....couldnt find anywher here in AU that did them....for bikes that is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BusaSteve View Post
    Did those elecrical connectors come with the kit? Was trying to source something like that a few years back....couldnt find anywher here in AU that did them....for bikes that is.
    Bought the TPS connector out of the USA. Bought the Injector pigtails out of the UK. Australia carries fuck all that way.

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    Well, after a couple of weeks screwing around, we have something worth viewing.

    90% there, few more things to tidy up just yet before the tuning phase begins.

    Probably looking a week away for that.

    First 8 injector GSXR1100 oil cooled slabby in the country I suspect Going to be well worth the pain and aggravation.







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