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    I just got done with top end rebuild on my 06zx10 and would like to know some good degree numbers that makes the most power
    this is what I have done to the bike so far ported and polished 1gen head with a.p.e valve springs and retainers .45 hg and 08 race intake and 05 race exhaust cams and have the brocks alien head full system And I'm thanking about running u4.4 or mr12 fuel
    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve 10r View Post
    I just got done with top end rebuild on my 06zx10 and would like to know some good degree numbers that makes the most power
    this is what I have done to the bike so far ported and polished 1gen head with a.p.e valve springs and retainers .45 hg and 08 race intake and 05 race exhaust cams and have the brocks alien head full system And I'm thanking about running u4.4 or mr12 fuel
    Thanks in advance
    get rid of that 05 race exhaust cam and run the stock exhaust cam. 107/102 seams to work well with the 08 race cam and stock exhaust
    Work always gets in the way of wanting to go fast

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    Isn't the race exhaust cam better then the stock one thou?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve 10r View Post
    Isn't the race exhaust cam better then the stock one thou?
    the kit race exhaust cam has less lift and less duration than the stocker
    Work always gets in the way of wanting to go fast

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    Really I did not no that thanks .what do u think a good fuel to go with would be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve 10r View Post
    Really I did not no that thanks .what do u think a good fuel to go with would be?
    ether will work I would do dyno testing to see what the bike likes best
    Work always gets in the way of wanting to go fast

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    Are you planning to spray, if not why so thick on the hg? Not criticizing, just wondering...

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    Maybe a small shot like a 30 40. And on the hg that's the smallest I could find im considering decking the head .15 any suggestions

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    Head studs and a .018 head gasket and a 50 shot with good valve springs. The bike will fly with a good rider
    Work always gets in the way of wanting to go fast

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    That's what I have a. 018" is a .45 mm hg

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    105\105 works good to im sure you might get alot of different numbers. what are you doing dragracing or street riding?
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    Drag racing and tons of numbers lots of test and tune to see what works best really just trying to some good base numbers to start with and go from there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve 10r View Post
    That's what I have a. 018" is a .45 mm hg
    Oh ok got it. Well if you deck the head make sure to check your PTV clearance after degreeing cams

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetride10r View Post
    get rid of that 05 race exhaust cam and run the stock exhaust cam. 107/102 seams to work well with the 08 race cam and stock exhaust
    Those numbers will kill you on the big end
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