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Originally posted by NormalAspirated@Aug 8 2005, 05:01 PM

Yes busa have it. 4options. Chrome, red, blue and 02 short replacement to your current long ones. :thumb:

So which one is better? I wish I have both Torque n hps... Can I? Or should I maintain d orginal?

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Originally posted by NormalAspirated@Aug 9 2005, 06:49 PM

Really ... ??? That is interesting ... ... :D

 

Actually Singapore is consider semi lucky in exhaust noise control. LTA laws is 98db and below. In German ... 95db :faint:

In Singapore got catch for loud pipes ... you get a ticket or worst follow up with inspection. In German ... you park your bike and take a cab home. No second question asked. http://smilie-land.de/t/e-h/finger/finger0050.gif

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Originally posted by NormalAspirated@Aug 9 2005, 06:02 PM

When are we Singapore gonna do that ??? Including you Bugsy ... ... :D

Singapore only? Why don't we set up an area with sign board like "BUSA PARK HERE" in the 3NCR next month?

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Kuala Lumpur has many many "Masked Riders".....today...

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Originally posted by Bugsy@Aug 9 2005, 08:25 PM

:sian:

haze on 7 richer scale...

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Originally posted by Bugsy@Aug 9 2005, 08:53 PM

That's suck.....

 

How's your leak problem ?

I rode today (in the haze, of course :)) the level remains at top...no sign of fast leaks..but too hazy to go to workshop...but I must rectify it before ride to north again end of this month...bike is great....vrooommmm...

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Originally posted by Bugsy@Aug 9 2005, 09:00 PM

:cool:

wanna join bugsy, 27-28th Betong....3NCR is nexttttttttt month...

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Originally posted by Bugsy@Aug 9 2005, 09:09 PM

No leave for these two months .......:weep:

so no 3NCR too for you...dont worry..after that 2 months contact me..we go north again...

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any kopi at VP tmr?

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Originally posted by NormalAspirated@Aug 9 2005, 05:39 PM

None of them I mentioned to you good because they don't provide best of both worlds. Increase Torque and HP numbers. Thats is why reasons why Suzuki engineers designed Hayabusa Velocity Stacks 02long and 02short is to compensates powerband.

There are still some well matching mods to over come the loses in only limited solutions.

Many had said long for torque and short for HP or even a few feedback said nothing on these numbers when I discuss this issues with the overseas owners.

One cheap solution is to replace the 02short OEM on the long ones.

 

04short claimed gives some HP only after 9500rpm, but your tuner would properly face a problems at around 9500rpm. There will be a dip and PC can't seem to get it right. After is fine and the different shows.

Now, back to a basic question. Has your Busa done the mods to allow it to pull hard after 9800rpm ? Which stock Busa usually don't perform its maximum potiental due to many restriction.

 

In the end of the day, all depends on your style of set-up application. :goodluck:

Up to nw, my Busa is still stock for d engine except for d braking system....

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Hi,

Anyone using scottsoiler? I have one little doubt. Mine's the single injector type. Is it normal that only one side of the chain get wet and the other side quite dry? Thanks....

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sad man today!! this morning i rode my bike to my gf place.. left her place in later afternoon, but bike wouldn't start. Totally no electric flowing thru into my ignition. Looked for signs of dislodged wires suspecting sabotage but to no avail.

 

DAmn.. tried push starting my bike ard 8pm.. damn!! the worst experience i had!! in this whole ordeal, my face turned pale and I vomited. sh*t man!!!! now my bike is still at my gf's place.

 

Wanna ask.. my busa is relatively new.. y does the battery flat out so fast on a stock vehicle? Initially i suspected a blown fuse, but my speculation was dismissed when i saw a very dimly lighted light on my headlamp.

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Originally posted by kelvin_luffs@Aug 10 2005, 12:38 AM

sad man today!! this morning i rode my bike to my gf place.. left her place in later afternoon, but bike wouldn't start. Totally no electric flowing thru into my ignition. Looked for signs of dislodged wires suspecting sabotage but to no avail.

 

DAmn.. tried push starting my bike ard 8pm.. damn!! the worst experience i had!! in this whole ordeal, my face turned pale and I vomited. sh*t man!!!! now my bike is still at my gf's place.

 

Wanna ask.. my busa is relatively new.. y does the battery flat out so fast on a stock vehicle? Initially i suspected a blown fuse, but my speculation was dismissed when i saw a very dimly lighted light on my headlamp.

did you accidently handle locked fully until the parking light on? that's one way your battery could be drained...

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Originally posted by kelvin_luffs@Aug 10 2005, 12:52 AM

it may be a possibility!!! but its quite sad.. busa require too much strength to push start!!

You managed to push start? and I thought FI bike cannot be push start...

blackbird and ZZR12 is much heavier than busa .....

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Originally posted by kelvin_luffs@Aug 10 2005, 12:52 AM

it may be a possibility!!! but its quite sad.. busa require too much strength to push start!!

:confused: EFI bike push start.... :confused:

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then it's not totally drained..you push the bike after you on the switch and at the same time press the starter button and engaged gear 2, right? that's bump start...I think...you're helping your starter to work, there are still some power to supply fuel...

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