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 Post subject: cbr 1100 carbs
PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2005 1:36 pm 
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as the above says iv just fitted the cbr 1100 carbs. opted for the carbs as i aint a fan of all the electrical stuff that can go wrong (ecu etc). along with these i have a modified head, rally cams, janspeed manifold and full exhaust system. wen carbs are fully set up im hopin t get a power output done. what should i b expecting?

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2005 4:13 pm 
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depends on head work etc.. maybe 140 whp.. Someone on here said they had around 150/60 hp on dual 45's, I am not sure if it was whp or at the flywheel.. What is your guess?

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sco44 wrote:
depends on head work etc.. maybe 140 whp..

Scott


Very doubtfull. Take it to a dyno an become disapointed.

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Depending on cams (rally cams can mean anything) and headwork, etc, aim for around 140hp atf and you should be close. What size are the CBR carbs?

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as far as im aware ther 2mm bigger than r1 carbs but not sure on exact size. i no ther from an 1100 cbr. rally cams are from tighe. its the 952 cam that i hav. i hope i do get 140hp. thatd do me jus fine

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It's been a few months since you posted this. How's it going????

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its in the final stages of fine tuning now. but its lookn good. il b sure to post pics and vids when its done.

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update on the project!!!!

well its inally done and it goes likw a fukin train!!! im reall happy with the results. the 952 rally cams sure do kick in at bout 4k rpm.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 25, 2006 12:25 pm 
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Come on Dug,

Give us more info, man!
What setup ..well, advance curve did you do to dizzy?
Did you fit airbox?
What size exhaust?

Spill your beans....!!!

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no airbox as of yet. i hav a modified cylinder head, tighe 952 rally cams, cbr1100 carbs, janspeed manifold, 2inch exhaust i think. i have no idea on degrees of advance as boggs bros sorted it but i know i never needed the mechanical dizzy. goes very well. il try get a vid on here wen i can get me digital camera goin.

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