Just wondered if anyone has a slick way to trick the fuel cutoff at 7400 in all gears.
It's not just that. Far from stock motor. Removing the rev limit on a stock motor won't do anything. Need to set cams up to bring the power with it.The only reason to delay the rpm cutout (say to what like 8k or 8.5k)?
I don't see the advantage. Give me a reason. :dontknow: Unless the Dyno show's that the best numbers are aproching the 7.2k rpm. already. Still going to be mighty hard on the 109 mill. if ya manage to do it :doorag:
So do you think this bike could ever be rode on the public street ? and if the answer is yes. Do you think it could go 5,000mi without any headaches ? IE (rebuilding something)You bet I did. I bought a PCV with the Ingition Module. It will allow an 8000 rpm limit. When I go inside I am going to be dropping rotating weight. IE cut the crank to a semi counterweight and lose most of the center full circle. Then eliminate the balance shaft weights. New pistons with stronger different style rings and lands and use pin buttons with an oil ring groove. This is to allow me to put a turbo on the motor along with the bigger valves and porting. I should have some new cams ground as soon as I have my port airflow readings. I am going to port the heads myself and will post the process and readings as I go. But that is "LORD" willing the plan. A Turbo-Nitrous VZR1800. Very limited street. And while it is apart I will be looking at reversing the rotation on the trans input shaft. R&D said the trans wont care and they can undercut the coast side of the gears if I spin it backwards. If I can do that then I can machine a sprocket to mount a Chain or belt drive on a 9. I am pulling my old computer out of mothballs and It has Engine Analyzer Pro and Quarter Pro on it. I can totally build a motor and then build a bike, run it down the strip and never turn a wrench till I am positive it is the best I can do.