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    Baby Twin brett668's Avatar
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    Help with mods

    Hey guys can u please help, I want to mod my
    2001 Mille, it's got a blue flame twin outlet race
    Can with the blue flame chip and a k&n air filter
    In standard airbox but I was thinking of buying an
    Open air filter 57tbs and dc Rossi chip is that the
    Way forward? For more power?
    Thanks for any help
    Brett

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    One Liter Duc Eater SteveR's Avatar
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    What gearing you running buddy?
    When I joined and asked the same question that was the common reply. These are all considered overgeared as standard, so most seem to fit either a 15/15 front sprocket in place of the standard 17. I`v done this, very cheap and very worthwhile. Otherwise I think the airbox is other main mod I plan, to allow the bike to breathe better and rev quicker. My bike already has a full akra twin system and sbk chip standard as its a haga. I`v uprated the clutch slave to an oberon (recommend, much lighter and looks bling) But the finished product I am aiming toward on top of my current set up would be...
    Open/hooked airbox
    PCIII
    Individual cylinder dyno set up by griff

    Doubt I`ll bother with the throttle bodies, unless I have cash really burning a hole.

    These are never gonna be immensly powerful (unless you want to throw serious money at it) but they are very useable and can keep up with anything else as long as your not on an autobahn.

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    supercharger and NOS!!!!!!!!!!!!! or could just fit the open airbox (think Tash sells them on here xtreme performance parts) and then a PCIII or chip. knock the sprockets -1 front and +1 rear and run standard length chain or -1 front and +2 rear and longer chain. if you going two up alot then go 1st option or you may loose your pillion, LOL LOL no bad thing sometimes.!! hope it helps cheers Jonny

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    airbox,chip and modded collector if you cant afford a proper dual system and gearing should sort you out (does most people)

    pc3 with advanced/custom map to eek out the last few bhp but is expensive

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    Alright Brett,

    All of the above modds are very recomended, as Steve said I can sort you out with the filter kit and also the sprockets (if needed).

    Cheers

    Mark

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    You won't find a cheaper set them mine
    57 mm tb's
    Dr Rossi chip
    Connectors
    Stacks
    Airbox
    260 quid delivered

    Air box and chip will cost you 220 at least

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    Thats where my money would be going.

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    Thank you tash
    Real bargain but I still have them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tash View Post
    Alright Brett,

    All of the above modds are very recomended, as Steve said I can sort you out with the filter kit and also the sprockets (if needed).

    Cheers

    Mark
    All above mods including supercharger and NOS!! nice one, do it go on you know you wanna

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    Thank you all for the replys, I've had the bike and bin on here
    A few months now and I swear I've read somewhere on here that 57tbs
    Isn't the way to go can any1 tell me one way or the other?
    Jaseyb has offered me a gd deal but I just don't wana go in the
    Wrong direction or mess him around
    Thanks for ur input and redrats I'm guna b coming ur way
    Very soon for the collectors
    One last thing will the dc Rossi chip b ok for them or do I need
    A diff one with all mods above and modded collectors
    Thanks again
    Brett

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    Superbike Twin
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    Brett mate my dr Rossi chip is set up for the modded header aswel
    Belive me when I say if I weren't selling the bike I wouldn't be taking them off they really did make A big difference it went from 112bhp to 125 bhp at the back wheel the dyno don't bull shit mate so if it's cheap power you want this is it

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    57's are the next logical step from the usual airbox,chip,exhaust mods...then its pc5/57's this is the most you can really do without going into the engine

    gearing is def. a must as it changes the bike and enhances the mods even more

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    Brett are you having these? Got some one else asking but as you ask first
    Let me know asap
    If it helps at all I have some one that want the tbs and chip so if you want just the airbox 110 quid delivered
    Last edited by jaseyb; October 31st, 2011 at 10:25 AM.

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