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Old May 2nd 2017, 04:44 PM   #11
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I look forward to your feedback on these. I've no plans on changing the stock system on the R this season but maybe next season.
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Yea...I had no plans as well to change. But then there is the devil (Zohsix) that throws damn good prices on choice stuff. I am eventually just going to run his sticker on my bike and say I am partially sponsored by him since that is where I have gotten most of my parts...lol. I just got my bike tuned and not even been to the track yet and ended up slapping this exhaust on...that is sillyness..bordering on dumbass. So my feedback may not be the best as I will be trying a custom tune as well as exhaust. Either way I will let you know. I do not need more power. However, the torque dip was causing me to downshift more than I thought I should be. Now I have a feeling I will be dragging the rear brake more over rises in the track. not looking forward to that but most hp/torque gains come with some baggage. I do not have WC on my '13R....only rear brake dragging and chin ups out of corners.
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Yea...I had no plans as well to change. But then there is the devil (Zohsix) that throws damn good prices on choice stuff. I am eventually just going to run his sticker on my bike and say I am partially sponsored by him since that is where I have gotten most of my parts...lol. I just got my bike tuned and not even been to the track yet and ended up slapping this exhaust on...that is sillyness..bordering on dumbass. So my feedback may not be the best as I will be trying a custom tune as well as exhaust. Either way I will let you know. I do not need more power. However, the torque dip was causing me to downshift more than I thought I should be. Now I have a feeling I will be dragging the rear brake more over rises in the track. not looking forward to that but most hp/torque gains come with some baggage. I do not have WC on my '13R....only rear brake dragging and chin ups out of corners.


I really appreciate everyone's feedback on this forum. I've sure learned a lot on here about our bikes and what works for them. Yep I've been a member of old school wheelie control. Time to learn to trust all these new gadgets.
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One thing I've been wondering is what king of impact the termi system has on the bikes handling--particularly fast change of direction. I know both systems are much lighter than OEM, but moving that weight from the lowest point on the bike up to the tail has got to have a significant impact on bike balance.

I'd be really curious to ride an Akra fitted and a Termi fitted bike back to back...
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Old May 2nd 2017, 06:49 PM   #15
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One thing I've been wondering is what king of impact the termi system has on the bikes handling--particularly fast change of direction. I know both systems are much lighter than OEM, but moving that weight from the lowest point on the bike up to the tail has got to have a significant impact on bike balance.

I'd be really curious to ride an Akra fitted and a Termi fitted bike back to back...
That's a good question.
One thing to think about is the Akra should survive a crash better. When the subframe tail section of my 06 ZX10 got destroyed my undertail Akras were also destroyed.
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The best solution is a full fairing with a bellypan incorporated that plugs the holes where the standard exhausts go and seals the rear of the exhaust in. Like this...
The factory bellypan is vastly complicated and splendidly made in delicious carbon. Way beyond what mere mortals like us can do easily. The other teams bellypan with the Termignoni is simpler, but still complicated, although it leaves the rear headers spaghetti out in the breeze, good for cooling, but not so good for the rear tyre. It does allow them to run a shorter wheel-base for some circuits, however, without worry that the tyre will rub on the bellypan.
The last images are the Zard system on the 959 run by Greg Lefort in the French European Bikes series. Easy to use. Only minor disadvantage is the collectors proximity to the rear of the engine in terms of heat, but it's no worse that the old Corse RS bikes pre-Panigale.
This fairing is currently in production, and should be available shortly. PM for details if you're interested, but a basic mould from a stock race fairing shouldn't be too hard to do if you have a good fiberglass dude available.
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will that belly pan be able to hold 5 liters?
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I doubt the WSBK belly pan holds 5 liters...
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It does, actually. Just. With no sloshing movement...
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