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Re: [turbobike] Kaw Turbo

darin ginther (d_ginther@hotmail.com)
Thu, 09 Sep 1999 07:35:44 PDT


Interesting project.  The '83 GPZ is already EFI, right?  I guess
you're pulling all the EFI and going to a completely new
system or is your system some type of piggy-back?

Anyway, I refered the other guy asking about the injectors
to RC engineering in California.  They cleaned by stock injects
and I found that they had a huge database on injector specs
and their applications.  The stock injectors on the Kawasaki
are low-impediance type - if you're simply looking for an upgrade
there are several types (most are VW application) that will work
(bolt-on) to the stock Kawasaki EFI as an upgrade.

Let them know what your looking for (make sure you mention that
the injector is low impediance).  Stock Kawasaki injectors are

To convert cc / min to lbs. / hr. - Divide by 10.5

I think the website is www.rceng.com.
Phone (310) 320-2277

>From: "Steve Leonard" <gsxr1300@hotmail.com>
>To: d_ginther@hotmail.com
>Subject: Re: [turbobike] Kaw Turbo
>Date: Wed, 08 Sep 1999 17:50:53 PDT
>  I am doing as my grad project a  '83 GPZ1100, with a 1260cc kit, 
>Aerocharger Turbo (290cfm) and I am wiring in a MoTeC M4Pro ECM to control 
>everything.  I figured using some of the stock EFI parts will make my 
>project simplier.  The Aerocharger is good for about 225 rwlHP, I'm 
>figureing about 30lb/hr injectors would be wonderful.
>thanx for the assistance.

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