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 Post subject: ITB Project
PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 9:53 pm 
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Here's a pic of my GSXR 750 throttle bodies on a plenum. the plenum is a gsxr600 muffler that i hacked up. what do you guys think? gonna run it through the MAF and see how it works...i did no welding it has been sealed using jb weld and bulldog grip just for added security. the thing is completely sealed and strong as hell...

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Looks Fing sick. let us know how it works. I think you will be greatly surprized. Just make sure you add enough fuel to go along with that set up.

I hear some serious screaming in the future of that engine!! :D

I love it!!! :D

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looks sweet, i've seen it in person, he did an awesome job
just wondering how you found it in that messy garage :lol:


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I am doing the ame ITB setup!!

Looks good but please tell me how to attach the TPS? Thats my only problem right know. Please help you can pm if you want.

Thanks Brian


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I have finished ITB with Megasquirt.... Soon I will post pics of my installation and results.

For now, here is pics of my ITB when I build them



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 31, 2006 8:31 am 
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any more pictures of your setups, Lander.
Also, how did swifty92 attach the hose to the oval shaped manifold?

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 01, 2006 3:53 pm 
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Hi,

I think he slided silicon tube over it.
I'm not sure if silicon tube is fuel proof or not!?

Lander, are you using Kawasaki TPS?
I think all of R1 carbs and Kawasaki TB, I used to have had TPS but I'm not sure if they can adapt to use it with Swift setup or not...

I also have Honda CBR1000 carbs and they are 40mm TB diameter as well.
I have to buy house before I start back my mini again though :cry: .

Cheers
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in the picture i provided the silicon boots were not attached to the manifold yet. i used tie wraps and silicone to seal it. worked good. I tried installing them recently but the plenum is too big and it didn't fit. back to the drawing board.

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Lander, very nice. can you upload a soundtrack of that awesome engine?

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No airfilters????

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2006 7:20 am 
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SK4WD wrote:
No airfilters????


No. I didnt use airfilter also on my previous engine specification (60mm tb, 49mm).

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Hi Lander that setup you use dose can those ITBs put fuel through themselfs?? or did you have you use your injectors is it possible not to flank off the STD injectors and use let the ITB fuel themselves???? Therefore on a Dizzy Engine taking away need for ECU except running pump????


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 24, 2006 3:42 pm 
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Also to Swifty Your intake Manifold is that just a Std Swift Intake Cut up to Suit also when the Silcon Hoses meet the Lip on the Manifold dose that not incur in Air disrubance???

Or did you profile the the Mani Done to next nothing when meeting the Hoses !!!

Ross

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hmm, i know this post its a bit old but i wonder if you Lander or anyone knows what is the year or model (k4, k6..) of the gsxr 750 from those itbs were taken?
tks.


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 07, 2007 8:47 am 
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Me too,need more info on that setup Lander,and what dizzy did you use?


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 07, 2007 1:11 pm 
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Try to search, everything is on this board!

GSXR 750 from year 2000. The same as GSXR 1000, years 2000 - 2002

Intake manifold is custom made.
Stock dizzy.

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