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Re: [turbobike] Boost Controllers

Bob Shammas (b.shammas@worldnet.att.net)
Sat, 22 May 1999 09:00:21 -0400

Anders,

Thanks for the tip -that's a cool site.  Nope - not planning to drag race
this bike.  My plan for the ZX-11 is for it to be an every day driver,
running on pump gas, without the "draw"backs of my draw-through turbo bike.
Kind of the ultimate sleeper/sport tourer.
So far I have about 200 miles on it doing fuel map calibrations and I really
like it.  I still have work to do, but it is already proving both much more
flexible and that much less boost is required to make the power compared to
my draw through FJ.  The added bonus is more cornering clearance than the FJ
so I can keep up with my wife's '99 ZX-9R in the twisties without killing
myself.

Bob

-----Original Message-----
From: Anders Brink <anders.brink@lynchburg.net>
Cc: Turbo list <turbobike@natvideo.com>
Date: Saturday, May 22, 1999 2:31 AM
Subject: Re: [turbobike] Boost Controllers


>> Bob Shammas wrote:
>>
>> Anyone know about any suppliers of sophisticated boost controllers?
>
>Check out http://members.aol.com/RFRR900/bandit.html
>He has done it on his Turbo Bandit. I'm using a similar
>approach for my nitrous setup, using a GS shift indicator
>to control the amount of spray injected.
>
>> I had read that Turbonetics was going to offer one that included
>> wheelie and lean angle sensing.
>
>If you plan to drag race with it at a Prostar or IDBA event
>you can't use that kind of device. Not allowed.
>
>        /anders
>        http://www.geocities.com/~anders_brink/mc/bandit.html
>